+ Tony Peck
Tony Peck graduated from Art Center College of Design with a B.F.A. in Film. For over sixteen years, Tony has produced, shot, and edited a variety of film and video projects, including documentaries, corporate, marketing and educational videos.
Tony has worked extensively for clients such as Corwin Press, Sprint, Nike, California Association of REALTORS, Sony, Atlantic Records, and McGraw-Hill. Recent projects for Corwin Press include professional development videos for k-12 educators on differentiated instruction, response to intervention, and peer teaching. Recent broadcast work for Sprint spotlighted new products, services, and community projects of the telecommunications company.
He also recently completed Watershed Wonders: Mississippi Adventure, a documentary for the Algalita Marine Research Foundation on a historic one-man trek down the entire Mississippi River by Marcus Eriksen, Ph.D via a raft constructed of recycled materials. Other documentary projects include Roundtable on Science for the W.M. Keck Foundation and Mission Science: Dino Dig, a show that chronicles a record-breaking dinosaur dig in Wyoming. In addition, Tony has shot many segments for various series broadcast on cable television.
+ Gayle Peck
Before joining Peck Media, Gayle enjoyed a ten-year career in educational publishing at the McGraw-Hill Companies. As Senior Editor for the Glencoe division, she managed the editorial development of textbook programs for art, music, and health. She was responsible for managing a team of editors in developing content for print products as well as technology products, including CD/DVD-ROMs and Web-based applications.
Building on her experience in educational publishing, Gayle has developed scripts for recent educational videos for Corwin Press. In addition, she has written and edited Facilitator Guides that accompany and support these professional development videos for K-12 educators. Gayle has also worked as a researcher and producer for documentary films and videos. She graduated from U.C.L.A. with a B.A. in World Arts and Cultures, and M.A. in Architectural History.
A mind once stretched by a new idea never regains its original dimensions.
~ Oliver Wendell Holmes