Todd Melby

Todd Melby

Independent Producer

Independent producer Todd Melby has spent most of the last year up in the oil country of western North Dakota, documenting that world for his Black Gold Boom multi-media project. It's part of the Localore Public Media initiative.


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A woman arms herself before leaving for work; an 18 year old girl spends three months in an Alaskan cannery; and that woman on the phone is not who you think she is.

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