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Chris Million
director of photography, producer, director

Chris began his career in the 1980s as a cameraman shooting video real estate spots. Soon he was traveling across the country, producing and directing promotional videos for resorts and master-planned communities. He moved on to create training and marketing productions for some of America’s best-known corporations, like McDonald’s, PepsiCo, and The Prudential.

In 1990, Chris made the move over to the broadcast side, becoming a shooter, editor and producer on the PBS newsmagazine Silicon Valley Report, TV’s first technology news program. When the show ended in 1992, Chris went freelance and A Million Images was created.

Since then, Chris has shot and/or produced over 150 segments for the PBS teen science show Real Science!, shot and directed the long-running PBS interview show Malone, and worked on many other PBS documentary projects for WETA and Maryland Public Television, among others. His other broadcast credits include numerous segments for Fox Sports Net, Monday Night Football, MTV and interviews with everyone from blues great John Lee Hooker to former President Jimmy Carter to NBA phenom LeBron James.

In addition to his broadcast work, Chris has shot, edited and produced numerous sales, marketing, image and training projects for Microsoft, Cisco Systems, Simpson StrongTie and Hyperion Solutions, to name a few. Chris’s work has been presented with the Emmy, CINE Golden Eagle, Gold Apple and Telly awards. Chris holds a BS in film from Syracuse University.

Holly Million
producer, director, screenwriter

As a director, Holly created Changing Room, the pilot episode of True Reflections, a dramatic film series focused on women and body-image. Changing Room had its television debut on PBS in 2005. In addition, Holly is a consultant and producer with 15 years’ experience in fundraising and corporate sponsorship. In addition to securing funding for A Story of Healing, which won the 1997 Academy Award for best short-subject documentary, Holly has raised money for such cutting-edge films as It Came From Kuchar, a documentary about underground filmmaker George Kuchar directed by Jennifer Kroot, Blind Spot: Murder by Women, a film by Oscar-winning filmmakers Allie Light and Irving Saraf that premiered on HBO in 2000, as well as Everyday Heroes, a film by Oscar-nominated director Rick Goldsmith that aired on PBS. Holly has also been a fundraising advisor for such highly regarded directors as Rob Nilsson — who won the Camera d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for Northern Lights and the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for Heat and Sunlight — as well as Emmy- and Oscar-winning director John Korty, whose films include Farewell to Manzanar and The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. Holly has an MA in education from Stanford University and a BA in English from Harvard University. A seasoned international traveler who has been to Nepal, China, Thailand, and South Korea, Holly met her husband Chris on a trip to Mongolia in 1996.

Company Awards

Northern California Emmy 2004

Return to the Valley
Community Program
Director of Photography

Northern California Emmy 1998

“Bird Rescue” - Real Science!
Children/Youth Segment
Director of Photography

Northern California Emmy nominations

2003 - Children/Youth program - Real Science!, Director/Segment producer
2001 - Children/Youth program - Real Science!, Segment producer
2000 - Children/Youth segment - Real Science!, Director
1997 - Children/Youth segment - Real Science!, D.P.

Telly 1994 The Prudential Advantage
Corporate - Graphics

NEMA Gold Apple 1993
America Was Promises

CINE Gold Eagle 1992
"Computer Nomad" - Silicon Valley Report


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