Shea Shackelford

Shea Shackelford

Independent Producer

Shea Shackelford is an independent producer in Montreal and co-founder of Big Shed, an audio and multimedia production shop. He created Place + Memory – a public media project mapping a landscape of remembered places. Shackelford is also a media educator and an annual producer-in-residence at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke. When not producing his own work, he’s assisting educators, organizations, artists and other producers in using sound and storytelling to spread their own ideas. Shackelford is an alum of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.


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Two stories about families who have been driven apart... David Ellis Dickerson’s mission to save his family from a faith he considers hypocritical and dangerous.

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Two stories about families who have been driven apart... David Ellis Dickerson’s mission to save his family from a faith he considers hypocritical and dangerous.

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