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Allison Argo

Producer, Director, Editor

Allison Argo’s films have won over 100 awards internationally, including six national Emmys, duPont Columbia, Genesis, Jackson Hole, Banff, and dozens of awards from New York to Japan. Argo is known for her emotionally-charged and deeply personal films – in particular her intimate portraits of abused and endangered animals. The nearly two dozen films she’s produced, directed and written have all been broadcast by PBS and/or National Geographic and have reached audiences worldwide. Her most recent film, The Last Pig, premiered on PBS in 2o21 after appearing at 42 film festivals. This award-winning film will soon be available for streaming internationally.

Forever HOME continues Argo’s mission to provide a voice for those who are not heard– and to deepen understanding and respect for all beings.

Chelsea Jackson


Chelsea is an award-winning film editor with a passion for telling stories about social justice and the natural world. Among her credits are The Love Bugs, the 2021 Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Short Documentary, and films on National Geographic, PBS, Hulu, Starz, Peacock.

Joseph Brunette


Joe is an award-winning cinematographer whose work has appeared on National Geographic, CNN, NOVA, PBS, Nature, Discovery and History. Beyond the Farm holds special meaning for Brunette, who has long been an advocate for animal welfare and the environment.

Robert Gourley


An Emmy Award-winning cinematographer based in Brooklyn, Rob attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and worked as a staff video journalist at the Los Angeles Times before moving on to freelance projects. His work has been featured on Hulu, HBO Max, PBS NewsHour, NOVA, and CuriosityStream.

Thomas Machowicz


As a photographer and filmmaker, Tommy focuses on animal rescue efforts and social issues. He is working on a long-term project, “Sanctuary,” which documents animals and the people who rescue them worldwide. He is also the owner of Songbird Productions.

Josh Steadman


Josh is portrait, editorial and commercial director and photographer. The son of a newspaperman and a teacher, Josh inherited a love of learning and telling stories. Based in North Carolina, he covers subjects as diverse as BBC StoryWorks and Volvo Trucks.

Dylan Muckerman

Second Camera

Dylan is a volunteer at Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge who works on construction, animal care, art, photography, video, fundraising, and more. They love all animals, especially chickens.

Kelly Guerin-Buckley


Kelly is a video producer based in Durham, NC who has worked with NGOs and media agencies worldwide to tell the stories of farmed animal welfare. Her videos and photography have been used in campaigns for new animal welfare legislation and have been featured on HBO, The Guardian, NowThis, NPR, and Visa Pour L'Image. 

Jennifer Yingling


Jenn is a cinematographer and editor with an M.A. in film & TV from Savannah College of Art & Design. She enjoys being able to combine her love of animals and her passion for documentary filmmaking to create compelling stories that shed light on powerful issues.

Jordan Daniel Mills

Second Camera & Sound

Jordan Daniel Mills is an audio/visual storyteller who is endlessly curious and totally uncertain about the meaning of life, except that we might make it better for each other while we're here.

Miranda Wolno

Assistant Editor

Miranda is an editor and producer with a Masters in Film & Television from Savannah College of Art & Design. She is passionate about documentary filmmaking and its power to share everyone’s voice—including nonhumans.


Michelle Neff

Social Media Producer

Michelle is a writer and a social media marketing strategist with a dedication to animal rights advocacy. She manages the social media accounts for ArgoFilms' previous award-winning film, The Last Pig.

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