Sarah Gibson earned her B.S. in Electronic Media from Abilene Christian University and her MFA in Radio, Television and Film from the University of North Texas. While at North Texas she specialized in documentary filmmaking and worked on six award winning films. She is an artist and filmmaker who started her own media production company at the age of 21 with her husband. In the early days, the company focused on providing high quality photography, video, audio and live production services. Today the company produces a variety of video and interactive content for children on YouTube and runs an internationally syndicated radio show. In 2012, she received the Broadcast Education Association’s Best of Festival King Foundation Award for her interactive documentary Steve Taylor’s Digital Clone. Gibson focuses primarily on documentary production, video editing, new media production, design thinking, interactive storytelling, data and investigative journalism, web and app development, and is a published First Amendment scholar. Students in her classes have produced numerous award winning projects.