Christopher Noey is an art historian, curator, author, and Emmy award-winning producer of films on art and culture. He has produced films for PBS, Bravo, and a number of not-for-profit organizations, including the Hillwood Museum and Gardens in Washington, D.C. and Shangri La, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art in Honolulu.
As a producer on staff at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, he has specialized in video installations for a diverse array of exhibitions, including Charles Rennie Mackintosh, The Pharaoh’s Photographer: Harry Burton, Genesis: Ideas of Origin in African Sculpture, and Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years.
Lizzy McGlynn, Co-Producer
Lizzy McGlynn is a documentary producer specializing in arts and public affairs programs. Notable productions include "All About Prints"; "Phil Ochs: There but for Fortune"; "Namaste: I love Making Films in New York!" an Emmy nominated short for documentary on Indian Filmmaking in New York City for Channel Thirteen/WNET; an acclaimed History Channel documentary on the engineering disaster caused by Hurricaine Katrina; and several self produced and edited web videos for the Emmy award winning news magazine, NOW on PBS.