Executive Producer

For over 20 years, Geoff worked for Wyoming PBS as a public affairs host and documentary producer. His productions have won a variety of prizes, including a Heartland Emmy for best documentary, and the National Educational Television Association’s top prize for documentary.  Geoff is also the author of two books.



Associate Producer

Sophie Barksdale

Sophie’s career in arts administration has made her an all-rounder and project management is her forte. But it’s passions for storytelling through film and for travel that have resulted in an international career in the film industry. In the past 10 years, she has worked for the Bord Scannan na hEireann/the Irish Film Board and on film festivals in Australia, Ireland and the US, as well as for one of Australia’s premier cultural institutions. She brings a wide range of experience to The Content Lab, having worked in production, promotion, human resources, venue and event management.

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Associate Producer
Gina is a Wyoming native who grew up enjoying the outdoors with her family.  After graduating with a B.A. in Communications from the University of Utah, she spent 14 years working in technology for the tourism and convention industry.  She founded a business services company in 2013. The Content Lab has introduced her to the film industry. Gina is on the board of the Lander Community Foundation and also volunteers her time with several Lander area nonprofits. 



Outreach and Media
Virginia began her documentary film career working at Wyoming PBS in 2007. She spent three years in Canada working as production manager and associate producer on several award-winning natural history documentaries for National Geographic Television, BBC, and CBC. She has also produced videos for various non-profits and government agencies.   

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Jordan Dresser is a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe located on the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming. He has a BA in journalism from the University of Wyoming and a Masters in Museum Studies from the University of San Francisco. In 2013, Dresser has worked on several documentary film projects, including with Wyoming PBS and Alpheus Media on “Lived History: the Story of the Wind River Virtual Museum."  In 2016 he Co-Produced the documentary film “What Was Ours,” (Alpheus Media/ITVS). Dresser describes his mission to be a storyteller who uses words, images and objects to paint an accurate picture of tribal nations. 

 Director of Photography

Gina Colovich

For 15 years Rose has worked for a variety of non-profits and companies developing programs, partnerships and events. After moving to Wyoming in 2013 she coordinated several regional food systems conferences in Washington and Wyoming and through the Lander Chamber of Commerce ran Lander Brewfest and developed the Lander LIVE concert series. A firm believer in the power of film, she comes to the Content Lab team excited to bring their impactful documentary stories to the world. Rose lives in Lander, Wyoming which at times feels as exotic as the three other continents she has called home.

Peter started working in the motion picture industry in 1989 in the grip and lighting departments, and soon moved into the camera department, eventually becoming a Director of Photography.  In the late 1990's he began shooting documentaries.  His films have been showcased at Mountain Film in Telluride, the Banff Mountain Film Festival, and on National Geographic TV.