Director Caroline Losneck is an independent documentarian, radio producer, installation artist and filmmaker in Maine. Her radio work has been featured on NPR, Marketplace, BBC, Maine Public Radio and podcasts. Her documentary film work has been featured in the New York Times, Camden Film International Film Festival, and other festivals around the country. She has received Maine Arts Commission and Warhol Foundation/Kindling Fund grants for her documentary film, storytelling and immersive installation work.



DP & Editor Christoph Gelfand is an award-winning director, writer, and video artist in Maine. His short documentary, Chasing Buckner (2006), portrayed the rise and fall of infamous baseball goat, Bill Buckner, and received praise from ESPN, The Boston Globe, and New Hampshire Public Radio. His short documentary Farm (2014) has received national acclaim and was profiled extensively in HD Video Pro magazine. Christoph strives to create work that shows the passion, humor, sadness, and vitality of people and their environments.



Producer & researcher April Tucker has worked in post-production sound in Los Angeles for over 15 years. Her sound for film work has been seen at major festivals such as Sundance, Cannes, SXSW, Toronto and Tribeca. April has been nominated for three Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) Golden Reel Awards.

April’s education and background in music recording has driven a deep interest in studying women who worked in the earliest years of the recording industry. She writes about this on her blog,


Karrie is Executive Director and Co-Founder of SoundGirls. Hailing from Los Angeles, Karrie has spent the last 26 plus years as the monitor engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Karrie started out doing sound for punk bands in Los Angeles in 1986, where she spent twenty years helping to establish the company. She was the monitor engineer for The Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1990-2000. She has worked with Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and Neil Young.