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Chip Duncan is the Founder of The Duncan Entertainment Group, a company that creates documentaries for release to broadcast networks, streaming services and educational platforms around the world. Chip’s film credits include Tolkien & Lewis – Myth, Imagination and the Quest for Meaning, The Reagan Presidency series, The Life and Death of Glaciers, and “Through One City’s Eyes.” He was the winner of the Best New Wildlife Filmmaker Award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Festival for his production of “Alaska’s Bald Eagle: New Threats to Survival”. He was also the producer for of the movie “Row Your Boat” featuring Jon Bon Jovi and the co-executive producer of “Break-Up” featuring Kiefer Sutherland and Bridget Fonda.
And, as if that’s not enough, Chip is a world renowned still photographer. His work has been exhibited in World Peace Festival in Berlin, the O Street Museum in Washington, D.C., and the Kenosha Public Museum – and he’s an author of multiple books, including “Half a Reason to Die –Eight Short Stories” (his first work of fiction). He’s also interviewed six US presidents.
Mike and Chip cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, including why he’s chosen Milwaukee as his home when New York or LA are more popular locations for film production, why he resonates toward long from media, how he met Nancy Reagan, the power of his curiosity and how it guides him from one project to the next, and how not taking no for an answer has served him well. Chip is a talented and fascinating entrepreneur, thinker and artist. He’s also a prolific and inspiring creator! Get ready to be blown away.
And now here’s Chip Duncan.
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