Jody Patton - Executive Producer
Jody Patton, president of Vulcan Productions, is responsible for managing all elements of Vulcan Productions film and development projects. Patton's creative vision defines the composition of the slate of projects undertaken by Vulcan Productions, and she has served as producer or executive producer on various projects including award winning features such as Hard Candy, Far From Heaven and Titus, and documentaries such as Black Sky: The Race for Space, and The Blues and Evolution series on PBS. Patton is also president and CEO of Vulcan Inc., the project and investment management company founded by investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen.

Patton is co-founder of Experience Music Project, Seattle's one-of-a-kind interactive music museum, and the Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame. In addition, Patton is the executive director of the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and is on the board of Charter Communications. An active member of the arts and education communities, Patton serves on the board of directors of the University of Washington Foundation, the International Glass Museum, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Theatre Communications Group.

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