Kate Geis

Kate Geis (tvgeis.com), is an Emmy-award-winning documentary producer and director of programming for PBS/WNET-Channel Thirteen, History Channel, A&E, and Metro. Over the past 20 years her subject matter has been a diverse exploration of people’s lives including: Eric Carle, Saturday Night Live’s set design team, the last checker cab driver in New York, public school principals, and Paul Taylor. Her first feature-length documentary was the award-winning, “Riversense” which tells the story of four whitewater kayakers on their journey down rivers and through life. Kate is the daughter of retired USIA Officer, Robert K. Geis. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and daughter. She serves on the board of the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.