Film Team

Production Team: Recipe for Change Films, LLC

Richard Chisolm, Director/Cinematographer/Co-Producer
Richard Chisolm is an Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker and cinematographer with over twenty-five years of production experience. Based in Baltimore, he has shot films and television programs on a wide variety of subjects in the US and abroad. Deeply committed to the value of real stories and the adventures of real people, Richard has worked for PBS, National Geographic, BBC, Discovery Channel, HBO, and many other broadcast entities. He was the Director of Photography for both of ABC's "Hopkins" prime time medical documentary series (2000 and 2008). He is also the recipient of a Peabody Award, a Columbia duPont Journalism award, two Kodak Vision awards, three CINE Golden Eagles, and is a Distinguished Alumnus of the University of Maryland.

Sheila Kinkade, Co-Producer/Writer
Sheila Kinkade captures the stories of grassroots visionaries whose innovative solutions to local challenges transformed their communities. Through books, articles, video interviews, and creative multimedia, she chronicles the lives of people whose perseverance and hope eclipse the barriers they see around them. Sheila’s work for nonprofit organizations has taken her from hill tribe villages in northern Thailand to high schools in Serbia, from the rainforests of Costa Rica to farming communities in Uganda. Sheila is co-author of Our Time is Now: Young People Changing the World, a book profiling 30 young heroes in 20 countries, and the writer of four non-fiction children’s books celebrating our world as a common home.

David Grossbach, Editor 
David Grossbach has been editing documentaries for over twenty-five years. His award winning work has been broadcast on The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic TV and PBS among others. Last year he edited “Allah Made Me Funny,” a live performance comedy film theatrically released across the United States. His most recent film, “Soul of a People: Writing America's Story,” can currently being seen on The Smithsonian Channel.