The Team

  • Joseph Litzinger

    Executive Producer Joe Litzinger is a Primetime Emmy-nominated TV producer and award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is currently the Executive Producer of National Geographic and BBC Studios’ six-time Emmy-winning series Life Below Zero as well as two spinoffs — LBZ: Port Protection and LBZ: Next Generation. In addition to producing hundreds of hours of nonfiction television programming, he co-directed and executive produced two multiple award-winning feature length documentary films under his production company banner Interesting Human Media. Joe has been a speaker on many industry panels moderated by the International Documentary Association, Deadline, Reel Screen, KCRW and has served as a documentary mentor at South By Southwest. Joe currently lives with his wife, one year old son, and dog in Los Angeles, where he nurtures his other passion - his family.

    Joseph Litzinger

    Executive Producer Joe Litzinger is a Primetime Emmy-nominated TV producer and award-winning documentary filmmaker. He is currently the Executive Producer of National Geographic and BBC Studios’ six-time Emmy-winning series Life Below Zero as well as two spinoffs — LBZ: Port Protection and LBZ: Next Generation. In addition to producing hundreds of hours of nonfiction television programming, he co-directed and executive produced two multiple award-winning feature length documentary films under his production company banner Interesting Human Media. Joe has been a speaker on many industry panels moderated by the International Documentary Association, Deadline, Reel Screen, KCRW and has served as a documentary mentor at South By Southwest. Joe currently lives with his wife, one year old son, and dog in Los Angeles, where he nurtures his other passion - his family.

  • Ally Siegel

    Producer - Ally Siegel, born and raised in Los Angeles, graduated from The University of Arizona with a degree in journalism. By chance, Ally accepted a job in the casting department at BBC Studios in June 2011 and hasn’t left since. There, she fell in love with the world of casting docu-series. Being able to meet people from all over the world with traditions and beliefs unlike her own and to document their stories brings Ally great satisfaction. While at BBC Studios, Ally has worked as a Associate Story Producer, Production Coordinator, Segment Producer, Casting Producer and most recently Producer. In her free time, you’ll find Ally chatting with just about any stranger she meets. Their untold stories continue to fascinate her. Ally currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two-year-old daughter.

    Ally Siegel

    Producer - Ally Siegel, born and raised in Los Angeles, graduated from The University of Arizona with a degree in journalism. By chance, Ally accepted a job in the casting department at BBC Studios in June 2011 and hasn’t left since. There, she fell in love with the world of casting docu-series. Being able to meet people from all over the world with traditions and beliefs unlike her own and to document their stories brings Ally great satisfaction. While at BBC Studios, Ally has worked as a Associate Story Producer, Production Coordinator, Segment Producer, Casting Producer and most recently Producer. In her free time, you’ll find Ally chatting with just about any stranger she meets. Their untold stories continue to fascinate her. Ally currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two-year-old daughter.

  • Eric Schrader

    Shooter / Editor / Director Eric Michael Schrader is a former Professor at the Southern Connecticut State University, teaching Video Technology to Journalism Majors. Chasing a career in entertainment, Schrader moved to Los Angeles in December 2012. Schrader currently works for BBC Worldwide as an editor for National Geographic Channel's Life Below Zero. Recently, Schrader won an Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program. Schrader is also a Freelance Director / Producer for music videos. He has directed Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and American Idol winner Nick Fradiani. Eric is the Co-Director and Editor of Interesting Human’s prior documentaries – Will Work For Views and Zulu Summer. Currently, Eric resides in Silverlake, and edits on Life Below Zero and its spinoff show, Life Below Zero: Next Generation.

    Eric Schrader

    Shooter / Editor / Director Eric Michael Schrader is a former Professor at the Southern Connecticut State University, teaching Video Technology to Journalism Majors. Chasing a career in entertainment, Schrader moved to Los Angeles in December 2012. Schrader currently works for BBC Worldwide as an editor for National Geographic Channel's Life Below Zero. Recently, Schrader won an Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program. Schrader is also a Freelance Director / Producer for music videos. He has directed Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and American Idol winner Nick Fradiani. Eric is the Co-Director and Editor of Interesting Human’s prior documentaries – Will Work For Views and Zulu Summer. Currently, Eric resides in Silverlake, and edits on Life Below Zero and its spinoff show, Life Below Zero: Next Generation.

  • Adam Brewer

    Producer Adam is a producer with BBC Studios on the Emmy-winning NatGeo series Life Below Zero. Originally from Houston, TX, he graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Film & Media Studies, and has worked in film and television for over ten years. As part of the Interesting Human team, he produced Will Work for Views and Zulu Summer, and is passionate about using documentary as a tool for compelling storytelling that will both entertain and enlighten. He is a member of the Producers Guild, and lives in Los Angeles with his amazing partner of nine years.

    Adam Brewer

    Producer Adam is a producer with BBC Studios on the Emmy-winning NatGeo series Life Below Zero. Originally from Houston, TX, he graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Film & Media Studies, and has worked in film and television for over ten years. As part of the Interesting Human team, he produced Will Work for Views and Zulu Summer, and is passionate about using documentary as a tool for compelling storytelling that will both entertain and enlighten. He is a member of the Producers Guild, and lives in Los Angeles with his amazing partner of nine years.

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