In 2010, Ted switched to filmmaking after 20 years as a newspaper journalist. Since then he has produced six documentaries, most recently "Attucks: The School that Opened a City," about a long-segregated high school in Indianapolis. Ted's work has won 14 regional Emmys (including Best Documentary for his past three films); first place in the national Associated Press Sports Editors contest; the Fourth Estate Award from the national American Legion; and the Dick Schaap Award of Excellence from the Center for the Study of Sports in Society at Northeastern University. His documentaries have screened on ESPN Classic, at film festivals around the world and at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He holds a BA from Princeton University and a Masters from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. More information at tedgreenfilms.com.
Mika started her film career at 18 and has covered Eva on four Auschwitz trips. One trip led to a Telly Award for Best Documentary, and most recently Mika received a regional Emmy for the trailer for her upcoming feature-length documentary, "Eva." As a news photojournalist, Mika has also won numerous honors from the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, including Best Documentary, Best News Videography and Best Coverage of Government, and she was the recipient of the Quill and Scroll Award for Excellence in Journalism. Also a sports aficionado, particularly with basketball, Mika works as a camera operator for the likes of ESPN, NBC Sports, CBS Sports, Fox Sports, Turner Sports and the Big Ten Network, and has covered such major events as the NBA Playoffs, NCAA Tournament, Indianapolis 500, and most recently, the Olympic Trials. Follow Mika on Facebook.