Kate Ryan has been combining her passion for film and other cultures since 2000. Having traveled to more than 24 different countries, she has produced numerous short documentaries highlighting the plight of minorities worldwide.
Her 2007 thesis film, "Point of View: A Dogumentary", explored cultural differences in her hometown of Los Angeles. The film won a Student Emmy Award for Best Documentary and was a regional finalist for the Student Academy Awards. Since then, Ryan has directed the TV documentaries "Miracles: The Per Arne Drangsland Story" and "Miracles: The Chloe Glassborow Story", and has worked on numerous TV shows, including CBS' Emmy-winning "Undercover Boss".
A graduate of the California State University, Northridge Department of Cinema and Television Arts, Ryan is currently working on her first feature documentary, "Welcome Nowhere".