Films by Filmmaker
Jeff Tamblyn began his professional career in live theatre, having studied acting and directing with instructors as diverse as John Reich (a Max Reinhardt protege), Stuart Vaughn (co-founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival), and the experimental Open Theatre. He worked on stages in New York, New England and the Midwest before becoming a filmmaker to the business world in 1980. Self-taught as a scriptwriter, producer and director, he won a handful of high-level awards and served clients in several industries across the United States. In 2005, he directed, co-wrote and co-produced Kansas vs. Darwin.
As a field producer for Patriot Guard Riders, another New Day film, he was responsible for interviews with and footage of members of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka.
He's presented several workshops on science communication in connection with screenings of his film, and was a presenter on educational distribution at SXSW Film Festival 2012. Beginning in 2010, he's served New Day as the Director of Digital Distribution. He currently serves on the steering committee.
Today, he's working on an innovative science-curriculum project and a feature film about the relationship between science and the public.