WHO WE ARE
Telling interesting stories about the world through film and photography is what drives us. If you have a story, we can help you bring it to life and get it in front of the right audience.
We are a full-featured broadcast-ready production company based in the United States. We specialize in telling stories about science, nature, conservation and adventure. Our team of Ph.D.-trained scientists and award-winning filmmakers is passionate about bringing cutting-edge science, inspiring stories and important messages to broad audiences. Our projects range from broadcast documentaries, web-series and advocacy films, to classroom films and fundraising campaigns.
NEIL LOSIN, PhD
Neil Losin is a biologist, photographer, and filmmaker based in Miami, FL. He was named a National Geographic Young Explorer in 2009 while studying invasive lizardin Florida and Puerto Rico. Neil received an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and earned his Ph.D. in UCLA’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in 2012. He’s an incorrigible birdwatcher and can juggle more objects than you’d think. Neil cofounded Day’s Edge Productions with Nate Dappen in 2012.
NATE DAPPEN, PhD
Nate Dappen is a biologist, photographer, and filmmaker based in San Diego, CA. He studied the Ibiza Wall Lizard in grad school at the University of Miami, earning his Ph.D. in Biology in 2012. Nate is a Fellow of the Explorers Club, an Affiliate of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and serves on the board of the International Wildlife Film Festival. He can’t get enough of surfing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, or IPAs. Nate co-founded Day’s Edge Productions with Neil Losin in 2012.
Kori Price has a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia. Before joining Day’s Edge, she was Festival Director of two leading film festivals: the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and the Jackson Hole Science Media Awards. She produced seven TEDxJacksonHole events and a number of other community films and projects. Kori officially joined the Day’s Edge team in November 2015. She currently lives a nomadic life, and the rest of us can hardly keep up with her whereabouts.