Robin Berghaus

Robin Berghaus produces, directs, writes, edits, shoots video and records audio for a range of multimedia projects, including documentaries, TV and podcasts. She regularly serves as a keynote speaker, distinguished lecturer, juror, moderator and panelist for film festivals, universities, high schools, organizations and the U.S. government.

Her projects have garnered multiple awards and honors, and have been exhibited at top international film festivals, the British Film Institute, on PBS, and as part of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Science on Screen series.

Robin is a recipient of grants from LEF Foundation, Austin Film Society, Frameline and Women in Film Dallas. She is a film envoy for American Film Showcase, a cultural diplomacy program produced by the U.S. Department of State and USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Robin has an interdisciplinary background in science and film. She holds a B.S. in biology from Boston College, and an M.F.A. in film production from Boston University.

What I Do

Video and Audio Production

* Produce, direct, edit, shoot video and record audio for documentaries, TV and podcasts * Clients: Part2 Pictures, National Geographic, Muck Media, Mental Health Channel, Boston University, Seaplane Armada, Dale Carnegie, Texas Crew Productions and Spectrum Media

Mentorship and Teaching

* Teach master classes and mentor professionals and students in all aspects of production and distribution * Clients: U.S. Department of State, Association of Independents in Radio (AIR), universities, high schools and non-profits

Research and Writing

* Research and write news stories, pitch decks and grant proposals to acquire project funding and support