Maria Frostic employs a variety of multimedia to artfully communicate science. With every varied project, Maria strives to engage her audience but adheres to a strong ethic of scientific accuracy. She works closely with a team of researchers and multimedia specialists to ensure that each project has scientific integrity and technical innovation. She holds an MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University, and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Biology and English Language and Literature from the University of Virginia. Maria has worked professionally as a whale researcher, news journalist, marine science instructor, and park ranger. Maria's film credits include projects for National Geographic, Discovery Health Channel, Discovery Planet Green, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and many more. She has produced documentaries in Ethiopia, Iceland, Alaska, and Yellowstone National Park, on topics that range from cougar conservation to public health issues to the Iditarod.