Thanks for stopping by to learn more about JDog Productions, LLC. My decades of experience as a journalist and documentary producer make me uniquely qualified to tell your story and share your vision. I hope you will explore our site some more to see what I mean and I look forward to hearing, and perhaps… Continue reading Purpose of Interdependence
In the fall of 2017, Disability Rights Wisconsin asked me to emcee their 40th anniversary gala. The group formed as part of the first concerted government-backed effort to bring people with disabilities off the margins and into the mainstream of U.S. society. As I learned about the organization and the how their efforts were still… Continue reading Why Interdependence Is So Important For All Of Us
Justified Journey is a unique project for me in a couple of ways. First, it’s my first documentary that was non-narrative; it does not include any narration from a host or reporter. And, second, it’s my first documentary that focused on a single individual, although that one person takes us through many aspects of life… Continue reading Letting Others Tell Their Story: Justified Journey
The title of my documentary, INterDEPENDENCE is derived, blatantly and purposely, from the word “independence”. INterDEPENDENCE is the state of being independent, with the help of others. We’re all interdependent in some ways, but the word and its meaning take on profound significance for people with disabilities. So, on this Independence Day 2020, when so… Continue reading Interdependence Day?
For about 40 years, I reported and anchored the news on radio and television. It didn’t take me long to realize that certain groups were keen on using me to spread their message. And so, it has come to pass that the media provides a voice to those in power; those who need it the… Continue reading Why I Create Documentaries That Give A Voice
In this episode of Post Doc, Ryan Nell brings us up to date on his life since he was featured in Greg Jeschke’s award-winning documentary, INterDEPENDENCE:
In this episode of Post Doc, Tia Nelson talks with Greg Jeschke about the environment, politics and the legacy of her late father, Governor and U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson:
In this episode of Post Doc, Alex Gee talks about the making of Greg Jeschke’s award-winning documentary, Justified Journey. Dr. Gee also explains how he’s still coming to terms with his family history and what he’s heard from relatives since the film was released:
In this episode of Post Doc, Nicki Vander Meulen explains why she feels disabled Americans face a “Jim Crow 2” attitude today, yet they are probably more fortunate to be living here than in other countries around the world.
In a follow-up interview to the documentary, Our Wisconsin: The Climate Change Effect, Prof. Christopher Kucharik talks about the hot, dry spring for Wisconsin in 2021, as well as developments in climate research and his thoughts on the political climate surrounding this monumental issue.