A film producer, director, and writer with a global perspective, Michael Davie tells the difficult stories unfolding on the world stage—from the glaciers of Denali to the frontlines of the Balkans. Michael has spent decades shooting, directing, and reporting news, current affairs, and documentary films for National Geographic Television and the Discovery Channel, among many other outlets. He also co-created Oprah Winfrey’s landmark Belief series. While at National Geographic Television, his series World Diaries took viewers into some of the planet’s most dangerous places, like the bushfires in Australia. Michael’s feature documentary, The Choir, about music in a South African prison, won the AFI Best Director Award. His films War Child and Gorilla Murders received Emmy Awards and for the film Liberia: American Dream?, Michael and his team received Edward R. Murrow and duPont-Columbia Awards.