Kim Fox Johnson - Producer and Documentary Filmmaker

About Kim

kim1Kim Fox Johnson has been a producer and documentary filmmaker for over 15 years. Her collaborative, naturalistic production approach sets her subjects at ease and results in films that convey poignant information, fresh thinking, and incisive observations which resonate powerfully with viewers.

After receiving her BA from Duke University and MA from Stanford University in documentary film production she worked as researcher and producer for the Kennedy Center Honors and American Film Institute, Life Achievement Awards. She later worked as a filmmaker and researcher/ strategist for Interval Research, founded by Paul Allen of Microsoft.

For the last decade, she worked with CNN, BBC, PBS, and NBC Sports on a variety of international productions, including an Emmy-nominated film on Mt. Everest, with blind climber, Erik Weihenmayer, and team.

Kim spent the last five years as senior producer and filmmaker at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, where she applied her engaging filmmaking approach to qualitative market research projects for clients including Microsoft, Domino’s, Volkswagen, Best Buy and Coca Cola. Prior to CP+B, she worked at Radar Communications and engaged on projects with Levi Strauss, Starbucks, Toyota, and HP amongst others.

Her new studio, Wild Matters, is based in Boulder, CO, where it collaborates with New Hope Natural Media, Glover Park Group, CP+B, Transition Colorado, Whole Foods Market, Revelry Brands and other companies to capture relevant topics and communicate meaningful issues.

Kim works extensively with mounted and wearable cameras, and holds a patent on this technology.

Selected Works

sunflowerHer most recent projects include a timely study on the future of health and wellness as well as a film on sustainability in food and farming.

SELECTED WORKS

This is the Lexicon of Sustainability
A short film about Douglas Gayeton and the Lexicon of Sustainability, a photography project capturing and articulating the words and experiences of the foremost practitioners of sustainability in food and farming.
This is the Lexicon of Sustainability

Mountain Flower Goat Dairy
Mountain Flower Goat Dairy is a different kind of dairy. We are a community-supported dairy and urban farm resource center connecting hands to hooves everyday.
Mountain Flower Goat Dairy

Farther Than the Eye Can See
An Emmy-nominated film featuring blind climber, Erik Weihenmayer’s ascent of Mt. Everest. (Kim filmed with HD camera at Base Camp.)
http://www.hulu.com/farther-than-the-eye-can-see

The Arts of Daily Living for Herman Miller
A short film that shares the lives and insights of several outstanding people and how they live their lives with a special awareness to quality and priorities of living well each day. (available upon request)

510_2014_04_28Whole Foods Market
Kim is in the field filming future Whole Foods customers in emerging markets, such as Detroit, Harlem and other communities to inform and inspire the Whole Foods teams internally.
How Whole Foods is Taking over America (Fortune Mag, May 6, 2014)

Pangea
Join Pangea’s Founder & CEO, Joshua Scott Onysko, as he explores the Cranberry Bog, where the cranberries for Pangea’s award-winning Facial Scrub are harvested.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uSxn8e73hg

And the bloopers are even funnier…Get behind the scenes and watch Pangea’s Founder & CEO, Joshua Scott Onysko, as he runs a muck on the Cranberry Bog, where the cranberries for Pangea’s award-winning Facial Scrub are harvested.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL-jsK06fZ8

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303-819-0609

kim@wildmattersproductions.com