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Mary Healey
Producer, Director

Mary Healey Jamiel is a documentary filmmaker and an Associate Professor of Film/Media & Communication Studies at the Harrington School of Communication & Media at the University of Rhode Island.

Holy Water-Gate (56 min) was the first film to lay bare 25 years of institutionalized cover-up of child sexual abuse by priests and details the methods and mechanisms that concealed these crimes for decades. Holy Water-Gate premiered on Showtime Networks and broadcast on CBC/Canada, SBS/Australia, TVE/Spain, RTSI/Switzerland, DR/Denmark and the Documentary Channel, and screened at the United Nations.

Her current film, SEARCHDOG, is an intimate, immersive film that reveals the unparalleled patience and determination of searchdog teams to find the lost, missing and deceased. With gear ready 24/7 for over four and a half years Mary Healey Jamiel accompanied Matt Zarrella & the Rhode Island State Police, Maine State Police & Maine Warden Service K9 units on missing persons searches, criminal investigations and trainings from Washington State to Rochester NY to Rangeley Maine. SEARCHDOG is slated to be released in 2016. You can find more information at

Louise Rosen

Louise Rosen is a media executive with over 20 years experience in the international television and film business, project development, production and distribution.

She has worked with a wide range of program genres and formats and set up major international co-productions. Her reputation as a talent spotter has grown steadily, built upon her association with numerous award-winning projects. Louise was based in Europe for 8 years, has been praised as having "US tempo and a European soul" and enjoys speaking French.

She has taken an active role in many productions; overseeing research, editorial and budgeting as well as location and post production. Her experience also includes management, operations, marketing and business affairs. She has been honored to have among her projects Oscar, Emmy, Sundance, Prix Italia and International Emmy winners such as ANNE FRANK REMEMBERED, TROUBLESOME CREEK: A MIDWESTERN and NUREMBERG. While based in Europe, Louise had a close affiliation with Worldview Pictures and eight of their productions, including the Grimme Prize winner THE EXECUTION PROTOCOL and the series WAR & CIVILIZATION, based on the work of historian and best selling author, John Keegan.

Ned Miller
Director of Photography

Ned Miller is known as "The best of the Mid-West". Ned has over 25 years experience as a director and as a director of photography and shoots for projects around the world.

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: for A&E's The History Channel approximately 24 programs. "The Al Capone Story", "Lincoln: The Untold Stories", "Leopold & Loeb", "Elders of Zion", "Quantrill's Raiders," "Haunted Maine", "Haunted Hawaii", "Haunted Chicago", "History of Sports Technology," "Frontier Doctors," "Tecumseh", "Wolf Pack: German Submarine Warfare of WWII" and "Chief Pontiac."

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: A&E's Biography: Ted Nugent (the guitarist) and Mary Wilson (The Supremes).

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Fox Television's critically acclaimed prime time series "Yearbook", a documentary show about life in high school. Shooting pure documentary (handheld) style six days a week for six and one half months, with a shooting ratio of 150:1.

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: one hour documentary, "A Private War", destined for PBS about the WWII story of a Polish doctor working for the Underground and how he saved thousands of people from the Nazis. Shot across Poland including in the ruins of the Auschwitz gas chambers.


American Film Institute Festival
Council on Non-Theatrical Events
International Television Association
National Educational Film & Video Festival
U.S. Industrial Film & Video Festival
International Association of Business Communicators
Columbus Film Festival
Chicago International Film Festival
New York International Film Festival
Houston International Film Festival

Jeff Hellyer

In 1994, Jeff started Edit House Chicago, editing a full range of documentary, promotional, commercial and corportate projects. A partial client list includes: United Airlines, Blue Fusion Media, Fujifilm, McDonald's, GE Financial Services.


"Romance of a People: The First 100 Years of Jews in Chicago (1833-1933)" airing on WTTW/Chicago (Jeff was the only editor, and there were more than 2500 edits picture and sound in this fast-moving 30-minute doc);

"The Tugendhat House: Mies van der Rohe's Czech Masterpiece"

"Hall of Man: The Malvina Hoffman Story"

"Lafayette Park"

Jeff is currently completing his own documentary about Chicago's first comedic/shock-jock breakthrough radio personality, Art Hellyer (his father), whose career began in 1946 and spanned more than 52 years;

In June 2004, Jeff completed eight months of editing Holy Water-gate: Abuse Cover-up in the Catholic Church. The film is a riveting documentary about the concealment of child sexual abuse by priests.

Additional Editing Experience:


Edited three full-length feature films and several short films.

Music Videos:

Edited approximately 20 music videos (rock, jazz, blues, rap/hip-hop, ballad).