Nicole Madison's musical roots came from her father, who played a major part in the development of the Mississippi River Festival at Southern Illinois University in her home town of Edwardsville, Illinois. You can download her songs on iTunes.
Jennifer has been working in film and video since the late 1990s and has experience in all aspects of documentary production. Her most recent work is a one-hour, high-definition documentary film entitled The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads. Using varied and compelling characters, the film explores the history of a long-time community "watering hole," the Stagecoach Bar in Wilson, Wyoming
Nate Ver Burg, founder of Elevated Ideas, has an uncanny ability to see things differently. He uses this talent to instigate revolutionary change in business by forcing companies and industries to shatter their established mindsets. Nate’s prescient perspective is equally influential in both business and personal experiences. He lives and works in Jackson Hole.
Governor Matt Mead talks about his Jackson roots, family influences as the grandson of Senator Cliff Hansen and life in the governors mansion. His conversation is light-hearted as he talks about his Mom and her run for governor in 1990, how he met his wife, Carol and raising their two children.
Ben Markley is a composer and jazz pianist. He is also a visiting Assistant Professor of Music for the University of Wyoming Music Department. Scott Turpen is a saxophonist and Professor at the University of Wyoming Music Department, teaching Jazz Studies. "And The Wind Came" was written and composed by Ben Markley.