Come on Down and Pick Me Up
Documentary
Come on Down and Pick Me Up
Mozayik
Documentary
Mozayik
The Music of Beken from Haiti
Editorial
The Music of Beken from Haiti
Ethiopia: Center of the Value Chain
NGO
Ethiopia: Center of the Value Chain
Making Haiti’s Money Mobile
Editorial
Making Haiti’s Money Mobile
Abortion in Mexico
Editorial
Abortion in Mexico
Blowing the Whistle on Sexual Violence
NGO
Blowing the Whistle on Sexual Violence
A World Changes – 100 Years of Philanthropy
Non-Profit
A World Changes – 100 Years of Philanthropy
Children of Kabul
Documentary
Children of Kabul
Tent Camp Evictions on the Rise in Haiti
Editorial
Tent Camp Evictions on the Rise in Haiti
Microgrids Power Homes
NGO
Microgrids Power Homes
Haiti’s Pepe Trade
Editorial
Haiti’s Pepe Trade
Bound By Haiti
Documentary
Bound By Haiti
Message in a Mango
NGO
Message in a Mango
Women of Congo Speak Out
NGO
Women of Congo Speak Out
Jon Bougher is a documentary filmmaker, video journalist and educator. Jon Bio Pic His films have been featured on CNN International, The Today Show and MSNBC, while his video journalism has appeared in The Guardian, Wired.com, Reason TV, PRI’s The World and The Global Post. His films on Haiti, Bound by Haiti and Mozayik, both received special screenings on Capitol Hill, while his short documentaries have been screened at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival and many others. He has worked in Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Armenia and Nicaragua, and was recently based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Jon is the co-founder of Emic Films and Artefact Haiti. He earned his MFA in Documentary Film from Wake Forest University and currently lives in Washington, D.C.