Carolyn Moreau grew up in New Zealand and worked there as a journalist and television producer before moving to the US, where she produced a live daily talk show and spent 15 years as a reporter for the Hartford Courant (CT), the nation’s oldest continuously published newspaper.
Carolyn’s documentary experience has included two seasons on Mount Everest, where she shot and produced video for the book High Crimes: The Fate of Everest in an Age of Greed, showing how high dollar expeditions are bringing crime to the world’s tallest mountain. Her work from Everest aired on CBS Evening News and Swiss TV.
Carolyn is a co-founder of Narrative Light, a documentary and multi-media production company, and Small Camera Workshop, which teaches organizations and businesses how to tell their own stories using consumer camcorders.
Experienced in wilderness travel, Carolyn enjoys trail running and back country skiing and is certified in avalanche awareness. She is currently developing a feature-length documentary exploring how the nationwide decline in hunting is jeopardizing a century-old protocol for wildlife conservation in North America.
Follow Carolyn’s adventures on her personal blog.