Deb Gregory first pressed the RECORD button on a borrowed video camera in 2001, and she hasn’t looked back since. Her award-winning short films give voice to a range of topics, from the Angolan civil war to a boy named Boy who was orphaned by the Indonesian tsunami of 2005. Having grown up in Asia and completed her MA in Communications at Leicester University, UK, Deb brings a global perspective to her work. In addition to producing films for nonprofit organizations, she has worked as a web designer, video production teacher, and writer. Deb currently lives and operates out of Columbus, OH, where her husband Jim works as a professor of Aerospace Engineering.