Josh Kappler is a videographer and editor for “Wisconsin Life” and enjoys sharing stories about the people and places of the Midwest.
Marisa Wojcik is a multimedia journalist at Wisconsin Public Television and enjoys working on the “Wisconsin Life: Food Traditions” project.
Sigrid Peterson is an online content editor at Wisconsin Public Television and enjoys working on the “Wisconsin Life: Food Traditions” project.
Molly Zeinemann is the production assistant for the “Wisconsin Life” project and enjoys playing volleyball.
Stanislaw Luberda is an animator and storyteller for “Wisconsin Life” project and enjoys watching movies at outdoor drive-in theaters.
Lina Soblytė is a Lithuanian Videographer and Editor for “Wisconsin Life” and other factual WPT programs, and she will climb a tree or a roof to get the shot… mostly because she loves a bit of a challenge… and refuses to grow up.
Laurie Gorman is Executive Producer of the History and Production Services unit. She has produced WPT’s “Wisconsin From the Air” programs and loves exploring and sharing the beauty of Wisconsin.
Born and raised in southeastern Wisconsin, Mark Sullivan spent a decade doing a bad Jack Kerouac impression, before returning home to the greatest state in the Union. He currently studies audio engineering in Milwaukee.
Jane Hampden teaches journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Before that, she hosted a daily interview program on Milwaukee Public Radio and worked in TV news in Milwaukee and Denver.
Phoebe Petrovic is the Lee Ester News Fellow at Wisconsin Public Radio. She’s trying to bike around Wisconsin as much as she can before it snows. Then she’ll switch to cross country skiing.
Jenny Peek is a digital news editor for Wisconsin Public Radio and senior contributor for Isthmus. When she’s not out tracing her next lead, you’ll find her — and her fluffball Bella — snuggled up with a good book and a piping hot cup of coffee.
Andrea Anderson is a digital news editor for Wisconsin Public Radio. She is a transplant from Minneapolis, but her allegiance is to the Green Bay Packers. In her free time, Andrea takes advantage of the beautiful outdoors.
The Lands We Share initiative includes a traveling exhibition and public dialogue tour that focuses on the intersection of farming, land, ethnic culture and history in Wisconsin. The exhibit will feature the stories, histories, artifacts, images and sounds of six culturally and regionally distinct farms and farm sites and invites visitors to share their own stories, insights and questions.
Chris Hardie and his wife, Sherry, raise sheep and cattle on his great-grandparents’ Jackson County farm. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2001, he is a former member of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council and past president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.