Jim Kelly is an Emmy and ACE Award winning sportscaster whose career has spanned 4 decades from NFL football and NBA basketball on CBS to college football and college basketball on ESPN along with 7 America’s Cups to being best known for his PGA-LPGA-Champion’s Tour golf anchor role on both ESPN and The Golf Channel.
Josh Goldsmith, born and raised in Salt Lake City was recruited by UTopia Producers for his love of the outdoors and passion for conservation issues. Josh was selected as co-host after a search for local talent uncovered his comfort in interviewing and on-camera presenting . A fresh newcomer to the medium, josh graduated with a BS in Marketing at Westminster College in 2016 and is an avid hiker, biker and skier.
Erik Hutchins has worked for such legends as Steven Spielberg and Jean-Michel Cousteau. With a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Television/Radio, Hutchins’ mentors included Martin Jurow (Breakfast At Tiffany’s, The Pink Panther) and Bob Banner (Solid Gold, Star Search) and has worked with Dan Rather, Jim Lehrer and Bill Moyers.
Clay Lipsky is an Emmy Award winning designer/director based in Los Angeles. He has worked his way through the media landscape for clients such as Sony, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Disney, HBO, ABC, Discovery, BBC America & PBS. Clay has applied his unique visual style in print, on air, and online from event graphics to commercials, film titles and the luminous signs of Times Square. During his career Clay has had the opportunity to design entire broadcast…READ MORE
Cameron Jackson has built a community reputation as the go-to cinematographer and editor throughout the Utah Valley. With a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts directive and an emphasis on digital film, Cameron has collaborated with a vast array of media outlets and charitable organizations, such as Susan G. Komen and The Children’s Center in Salt Lake City. From editor on the Emmy winning show The Younger You to teaming with film production gurus The Brute Squad and Track 36 Studios, Cameron is a jack-of- all-trades.
Tom Lattanand is a multifaceted guitarist, composer, song-writer, and producer who resides in Oakland, CA. He founded the studio and music house Soundtank in 2001, and has since been composing for films, advertisements, games, and TV shows. Tom’s credits include the Emmy award winning KQED TV production Check, Please!, as well as the shows Image Makers, KQED Newsroom, This Week in Northern California, and the nationally televised Jaques Pépin: Fast Food My Way.
Sean King, an established announcer/narrator is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. From his 10th-floor studio in downtown Oakland, he voices news and sports imaging promos for TV and radio stations in many markets throughout the U.S.
Patricia Mattson is a Voice Actress and Singer Songwriter from Minneapolis Minnesota, who has worked and lived in Los Angeles CA for many years. Patricia Mattson has worked with top production companies and fortune 500 companies including Disney, Fox, CBS, ABC, Blizzard, Nickelodeon, Microsoft, Walmar