Bob Nesson is an independent producer/cameraman who focuses on environmental, human rights, and educational projects.
Recently, he completed a documentary about an anti-landmine activist in Cambodia; spent six weeks in the arctic filming NASA’s experimental Mars project for the Discovery Channel; and traveled to the Caucasus region to teach a two-week workshop on environmental filmmaking to Russian scientists.
His career has included stints as film and video editor, cameraman, and producer. His work covers subjects as diverse as urban development, economic history, immigration and cultural adjustment, artists, political conditions, music, and science. His awards include National and New England Emmys, Black Maria Film Festival, New York Film and Video Festival, and others.