Dutch Rall is a 3-time Emmy-winning producer, director, cinematographer, editor and musician.
His work for PBS has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Dutch has traveled the world as the visual and musical director of a project for David Lynch, has lectured for the National Press Photographers Association and was the winner of the World's Smallest Film Festival, the very first competition for video on mobile devices.
Mr. Rall was also the director of photography for 'Citizen Architect' - a documentary centering around Samuel Mockbee and the Rural Studio which received much acclaim on the festival circuit.
His first independent feature film, an experimental mood piece entitled 'The Incurable', is awaiting the right time for release.
At the moment, Dutch is conjuring sounds from his guitar and working on some art for art's sake.