Matt Jardin
Competition Director
Jeremy Blake
Creative Director
Charlie Sears
Program Director


Linda Isaac
Chief Development and Marketing Officer of Alaska Public Media
Linda Isaac brings over 30 years of experience in media and marketing, beginning her career working for MTV Networks during the launch of Nickelodeon and MTV. As Vice President of Marketing for Discovery Channel Pictures, she created marketing campaigns for international feature and IMAX films. For almost a decade, Linda served as Marketing Strategist at the Peace Corps where she led public service campaigns that garnered $90 million in donated media value and an audience of 9 billion. Today, Linda serves as Chief Development and Marketing Officer of Alaska Public Media, where she leads a talented team handling philanthropy, corporate sponsorship, membership, community engagement, and marketing.
Michael Collier
Director of Photography
Michael Collier is a gaffer and director of photography with 15 years experience. Working in feature film and reality, his credits include The Frozen Ground, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Breaking Bad, and his latest feature out now, Dead Ant staring Tom Arnold. He has called Alaska home for 19 years, and currently splits time between Anchorage and LA.
Darcy Moxon
Project Manager for Alaska Channel
Darcy just celebrated 1 year as an Alaskan resident, a recent transplant from Ohio. She works as a Project Manager for Alaska Channel and is a film industry groupie. Her brilliant transformation of avocados to resemble alien eggs was instrumental to her team winning Judge's Choice and Audience Choice in the 2017 24-Hour Film Royal competition. When she's not working and taking credit for incredible video work that she had absolutely nothing to do with, you can find Darcy at Anchorage reMADE, a local non-profit that enables her addiction to save the planet by upcycling and painting​​ old furniture. She is honored and truly stoked to be a judge for this competition.
Jason Mott
Jason Mott is the bestselling author of three novels and two poetry collections. His first novel was adapted for television and he has a long love of film history and screenwriting.