Production & Executive Team
Kiki Wilson is a passionate enthusiast of classical music and initiated the Robert Shaw documentary film project as executive producer. She is a 32-year veteran of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and sang with Robert Shaw for 18 of those years. Kiki holds a Masters of Music in Choral Conducting from Northwestern University where she studied under Margaret Hillis, one of Shaw's inner circle contemporaries.
Pamela Roberts has profiled many great Americans during her tenure as executive producer, director and writer at Georgia Public Broadcasting. Her films on Dean Rusk and Margaret Mitchell each won 5 regional Emmy Awards and Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel was nominated for a national Emmy as part of the American Masters series on PBS. Having trained as a classical pianist, she is especially excited about Robert Shaw – Man of Many Voices.
Peter Miller is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose films, including AKA Doc Pomus, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story, and Sacco and Vanzetti, have screened in cinemas and on television throughout the world. He has also been a producer on numerous landmark PBS series directed by Ken Burns.
David Druckenmiller is a documentary film producer with a specialty for American historical narrative featuring personal biography and military history. His WWII film work aired in prime time on national PBS in 2004 and Georgia Public Broadcasting in 2008 and 2011. Over a 20-year career, David has earned several industry awards including three regional Emmy Awards.
Amy Linton sang with Robert Shaw as a college music major before starting a 30 year career as an award-winning editor, writer and producer on features, documentaries, tv series, music videos and commercials. Her last 15 years as filmmaking partner with Peter Miller have produced critically acclaimed documentaries which have screened theatrically and in hundreds of festivals worldwide.
As a director of photography, Michael Lines has lensed film projects in over a dozen countries and nearly every state in the U.S. His work for elite fortune 100 companies has been featured internationally and his documentary films serve as a catalyst for international grassroots movements to free child prisoners.
Amelia Nickerson is an accomplished non-profit fundraising specialist and former campaign and research coordinator for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She holds a degree in Theatre Arts from Furman University and brings over 10 years of arts administration and fundraising experience to the project. Amelia is currently a Senior Manager with Coxe, Curry & Associates.
Suzanne Shull has enjoyed a life-long career in music education, believing in the concept of active music making and focusing primarily on choral music. She was a member of the Atlanta Symphony Chorus from 1967 when Shaw arrived in Atlanta until 2005. Currently she teaches music to life-long learners through the Special Studies Program at the Chautauqua Institution.
Arietha Lockhart is a Shaw Soprano Soloist and member of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus and Chamber Chorus. She sang in the Robert Shaw Festival and Chamber Singers and attended several of Shaw's Carnegie Hall Workshops. A passionate advocate for classical and choral music, Arietha serves as the social media director for the film project.
Beauchamp Carr, retired Executive VP, Woodruff Arts Center; Board of Directors, Fox Theater
James Landon, retired Jones Day partner; former General Counsel, Woodruff Arts Center; current member, Board of Directors, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO)
Bob Olive, Chief Operating Officer, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB)
John B. White, Senior Consultant and retired executive, The Coca-Cola Company; Robert Shaw aficionado