Julie Speer
Julie speer

An Emmy award-winning writer-producer-director-videographer-editor, Julie has been creating digital film & documentary-style video productions since 1998. She has produced and directed over 1,000 video and radio productions, including short documentaries on countless social issues (from HIV in Africa and HEP C in the United States to homelessness, abused children, and poverty), to long form radio and TV shows and commercials. She is currently the Vice President of Culture Content at Rocky Mountain PBS where she oversees several TV shows including Arts District and In Short. She is the Creator of the Emmy award-winning TV Series Colorado Experience (that she also writes, shoots and edits). She has produced & directed numerous long-form documentaries, including the Emmy award-winning Sand Creek Massacre and Standing in the Gap, as well as the Emmy nominated Sweet Ambition and Haiti’s Small Miracles, both which premiered at The Denver International Film Festival, aired on PBS, and are used in classrooms around the country. Recent independent productions that she produced, wrote and directed include Breaking the Mold: Human Inspirations and White Prairie, a feature length historical drama currently in development. Julie is President & CEO of Julie Speer Productions, Inc. and lives with her partner Patrick and 3 children in Denver and Salida, Colorado.