Hal Jacobs

Hal started his own film/video production company in 2014 after a decades-long career as freelance writer and editor in higher education. His 2017 film, Mary Crovatt Hambidge: Wanderer, Whistler, Weaver, Utopian, was awarded the “Best Documentary” award at the Spring 2017 Southern Shorts Film Festival and was screened at the Atlanta History Center in September 2017. His work often brings him into collaboration with his son, Henry, while his other son, Daniel, serves the U.S. as a foreign service officer.

Henry Jacobs

Henry is a photographer, filmmaker and musician. He is also the Middle Chattahoochee Outreach Director for Chattahoochee Riverkeeper. His photography has appeared publicly in several juried exhibitions and can be found in the permanent collection of the Lamar Dodd Art Center of LaGrange College. A licensed drone pilot, in 2016 he travelled to La Libertad, Guatemala, to produce documentary films for a project called "Love Crosses Borders.”