Moose Productions was formed in 2005 in Vancouver, British Columbia, by Emmy Award-winning producer Peter Klein, with the goal of creating high-quality documentaries for film, television and digital platforms. We work with clients around the world, utilizing the rich production talent pool in Canada, as well as partnering with leading journalists, editors, directors of production and web producers throughout North America and Europe.
Peter Klein is the president of Moose Productions, and bring to the company more than 25 years of experience producing documentaries, television magazines and multimedia projects. He has numerous awards to his credit, including three Emmy Awards, four Edward R. Murrow Awards and two Sigma Delta Chi Awards. He has worked as a staff producer at CBS News 60 Minutes and ABC News, and was one of the founding producers of New York Times Television. He formed Moose Productions to create documentaries on important national and global issues, and has led teams of journalists and filmmakers around the world, producing projects for top media clients.
Mike Jackson is an editor who works frequently with Moose Productions, and was nominated for an Emmy for his work on Beyond Top Secret: Iraq. He did primary editing on the company’s work for Dan Rather Reports, and has contributed editing to an ongoing project about the pharmaceutical industry. Other shows he has cut include Dead Rising: Watchtower, The Price of Heartache, episodes of Glutton for Punishment and the pilot for Mech-X-4. He contributed editing to Peter Klein’s award-winning multimedia project CUT. He was also an Associate Producer on the award-winning documentary Family Portrait in Black & White. Mike also works as a colourist, does VFX and has directed numerous award-winning shorts and music videos.
Dan McKinney is an Emmy Award-winning documentarian who has worked as a director of photography and producer for over a decade. His work for PBS, History Channel and NYTimes.com has taken him around the world. McKinney has spent the last seven years field-producing and teaching UBC’s International Reporting Program. McKinney has recently branched off into the non-profit world creating web documentaries for eco-friendly companies and institutions. Watch his short doc about the secret life of trees here. McKinney graduated from UC Berkeley’s school of journalism in 2002 where he specialized in documentary filmmaking.
Kim Frank began working as a video editor in 2004, after a long career as a contemporary dancer and choreographer. She edited the Emmy Award-winning documentary “Ghana: Digital Dumping Ground” for PBS Frontline/World and the Emmy-nominated “In a Small Town” for PBS Exposé. Other credits include documentaries for Al Jazeera, The New York Times, Omni and Dan Rather Reports. For the last 6 years she has been lead editor for the International Reporting Program‘s multimedia and video projects.