About

Guy DeFeis and Paul Stern founded Vox in 1989 to shine a light on issues promoted by organizations working in the social justice and public health sectors. Today, nearly three decades later, Vox is a vibrant, full-service media company serving a diversity of clients. We deal with a broad spectrum of subjects and activities, ranging from human rights to medicine, science to the arts, education to corporate marketing.

As we have grown in size and production capacity, our mission has remained unchanged: to provide our clients with the best of our talents, energy, and vision. From the first concept meeting to the final sign-off, Vox’s team works in close partnership with every client on every project. We work collaboratively, pooling our resources and expertise to produce effective and meaningful communication.

OUR TEAM


Paul Stern

Executive Producer/Co-Owner

Co-founder of Vox, Paul is an accomplished producer of broadcast television, documentary programs, multimedia education, and videos for corporations, foundations, and NGOs. Winner of numerous awards, Paul has worked with PBS, the Discovery Channel, the BBC, the History Channel, ABC, and WGBH, among many other organizations.

 


Guy DeFeis

Director of Photography/Co-Owner

Director of Photography and co-founder of Vox, Guy works with broadcast networks, corporations, and institutional clients around the world. Guy has a room full of awards and prizes, a testament to his keen eye for lighting design and his versatile, thorough shooting style.

 


Arthur Smith

Arthur Smith

Digital Producer

As Vox’s Digital Producer, Arthur is responsible for web-based production, digital outreach projects, and online courses. A digital veteran, Arthur has led over 200 projects in his capacity as a producer/writer for WGBH Educational Foundation, and also brings experience in arts organizations, journalism, and libraries. Clients he has worked with include the Harvard Medical School, Annenberg Learner, PBS, and the National Science Foundation.

 


Heather Riley

Heather Riley

Producer

An experienced producer of broadcast programs and educational media, Heather has led series for PBS, as well as producing in a variety of formats for marketing and promotion, advocacy and events, and history. Most recently, Heather has been working in the education sector, producing professional development programs for WGBH, Edutopia, MIT, and the Teaching Channel among other outlets


Greg Palmer

Greg Palmer

Senior Editor

Senior Editor at Vox, Greg has extensive experience across an array of presentation formats. His résumé includes credits on the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, and PBS. Greg’s work was has been screened at innumerable institutions, events, and on broadcast outlets throughout the world.

 



Kenny Caudill

Kenny Caudill

Editor

Senior Editor for Design and Special Effects, Kenny spent his much of his childhood taking apart his toys to study their inner workings. An editor with mastery in multiple platforms, motion graphics, and audio/video finishing, Kenny has created content for Discovery, Travel Channel, Food Network, and Disney, as well as for education, advocacy, and corporate clients.

 




Jenny Didsbury

Jenny Didsbury

Associate Producer/Media Manager

Jenny holds the office together as our media manager, associate producer and assistant editor. With skills ranging from project research and casting to client relations and tech support, Jenny is an indispensable part of Vox. She is an ace at research and is currently developing an independent web series about internet pets.

 




Sean Sandefur

Sean Sandefur

Editor

An editor with Vox for over a decade, Sean has garnered broad acclaim for his work on feature documentaries, broadcast series, and web channel programs. His expertise includes science television, children’s programming, education, and entertainment.

 

OUR PARTNERS

Ken Shulman

Ken Shulman

Executive Producer – Away Games

Executive Producer Ken Shulman has partnered with Vox to develop and produce Away Games, a television series and online learning platform that uses sport as a lens to view lives, conflicts, and cultures around the world. Ken is a veteran print and broadcast journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, The New Yorker, and National Public Radio

 



Michele Korf

Michele Korf and Associates

Vox has a long-standing partnership with Michele Korf and Associates, a consultancy offering educational strategies for the digital era, serving educational institutions PreK-20 as well as companies, professional organizations, and other non-profits. Together, Vox and MKA provide a suite of services, including training, mentoring, and media production for teaching and learning, encompassing video, digital development, course design and delivery, as well as tailored strategic services to build client reach, efficiency and internal capacity.

For more information, please visit, Michele Korf & Associates.