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Pat Clark, Producer/Director

Pat Clark is an award-winning filmmaker and visual artist. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Film and New Media, a Master of Arts in Television, Film, and New Media from San Diego State University and a Master of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Multimedia from San Diego State University.

While his narrative and documentary work explores a wide range of subjects, his films often present focused views of larger events. His video installation work focuses on human memory and the manner in which we collect, recall and assign value to our memories. His video work has screened at festival internationally. More information can found at his website,

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Doug Potratz, Producer

Doug is a founding member of The Fall of Saigon Marines Association.  The association serves as a living history to the events in each community as viewed through the prism of Marines on Embassy Duty at each location and as a reminder to the sacrifices of Corporal Charles McMahon, Jr.

Mike Fritz - Cinematographer

Mike is a videographer, editor and producer in Washington, D.C. that currently works for the PBS NewsHour. In the past, he has  worked for NBC News, the Associated Press and freelanced for The New York Times


Norbert Shieh, Cinematographer

Norbert Shieh, is a Taiwanese-American filmmaker and cinematographer exploring new perspectives on the quotidian through delicate and formal observations. His films and collaborations as a director of photography have screened internationally in festivals and venues, including Sundance, Rotterdam, New York Film Festival, Ann Arbor, AFI Fest, LACMA and Paris’ Centre Pompidou. He is the recipient of a Creative Capital film/video grant for PRESERVES; a hybrid feature documentary to be shot in Taiwan, and is currently a fellow at Visual Communication's Armed With a Camera program. Shieh received his BA in visual arts from UCSD, and he holds a film/video MFA from the California Institute of the Arts.


Chris Radomski, Cinematographer

Chris was born and raised on the east coast in Connecticut. Following a love of travel and seeking a rich experience, he spent four years on board ship with the US Navy as photographer and videographer for the USS Bunker Hill, where he received numerous award including the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his visual documentation. He continued his pursuit of filmmaking at San Diego State University film school, where he has written, directed, produced, and shot several narrative and documentary pieces screened nationally at various film festivals and events garnering him awards for directing and cinematography, including a regional Emmy nomination. Chris continues to work professionally producing content for a variety of different clients, mediums and platforms in the Southern California area.