Casey is a fifth generation Montanan who was born and raised in East Helena, Montana. He has been involved in film and television production for over sixteen years. As a wildlife naturalist, host and actor, Casey has worked on numerous feature films, television wildlife documentaries, and non-profit educational programs. Casey is the author of "The Story of Brutus: My life with Brutus the Bear and Grizzlies of North America" and contributes to various other publications. Casey is the host and executive producer of the Nat Geo WILD Channel series "Expedition Wild" and "America the Wild". He is the recipient of the 2010 Panda Award for Best Presenter-Led Program for Expedition Grizzly at the Wildscreen Festival in Bristol, UK. Casey is a public speaker and was recently nominated to speak at TEDx Jackson Hole Wyoming. He is the trainer and best friend of Brutus the Bear and the co-owner and director of the Montana Grizzly Encounter, a grizzly bear sanctuary in Bozeman, Montana.
Corbett Lunsford is the co-host of the 2016 TV show 'Home Diagnosis' and Proof Is Possible US Tour, and the author of the book 'Home Performance Diagnostics'. He founded the Building Performance Workshop in 2008 to help homeowners prove they got what they paid for, and to help building pros prove they do better work than the competition. He can be heard interviewing the cream of the construction industry on the Building Performance Podcast (http://BuildingPerformancePodcast.com) and seen demonstrating that Proof Is Possible with home performance testing in over a hundred YouTube videos (http://youtube.com/c/homeperformance).
Michael Perry is Director of Strategic Partnerships of DJI, the global leader in developing and manufacturing innovative drone and camera technology for commercial and recreational use, and leads external outreach on behalf of the company. Since joining DJI in early 2014, he has helped engage industry leaders across multiple sectors, top tier global media and international government partners to understand the potential of unmanned aerial technology. His work also includes identifying and engaging partners to help expand the capabilities of unmanned aerial systems through new hardware or software solutions.
Before joining DJI, Michael served as a communications strategist at global public relations consultancies, advising Fortune 500 companies on corporate communications, media relations, public affairs, and thought leadership programs across North and South America, Europe and Asia.
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