Jeremy Olstyn has spent 17 years working in radio and television broadcasting, and the last 11 instructing secondary students in media production. Recently receiving his MFA in Digital Cinema, Jeremy has been writing and directing several narrative and documentary projects that are winning laurels on the festival circuit around the country. In 2010, his feature-length screenplay Wheat Kings was a finalist at several festivals including George Lindsey UNA Film Festival, Vail Film Festival, and Landlocked Film Festival and a semi-finalist in Final Draft’s Big Break. The short comedy film Ménage Détroit, which Olstyn wrote and directed, won the Michigan Film Festival Competition in 2010. Strong from Detroit, a film released in 2011, is his first major documentary project. When he’s not making films, Jeremy teaches yoga, hikes, and kayaks. A lifelong resident of Michigan, Jeremy lives just outside of Detroit with his wife Angie and their cat Dirty Vegas.