We are thrilled to announce the addition of Gaylene Garcia-Granger as one of the writers to Airpark TV Show. She has built a list of very impressive credits over the last 20 years.
Gaylene earned her Bachelor at CU’s Journalism School in Boulder CO. and has been in the TV biz over 15 years. This Emmy-nominated producer got her start in corporate production as a coordinator and then Production Manager for USWEST Creative Services. From there, she moved onto cable programming with High Noon Entertainment in which she wore many hats from researcher and coordinator to field producer on programs for HGTV and the History Channel. Following that, she took off around the world writing and producing for Citizen Pictures and their Travel Channel, Discovery Network, and Food Network programs.
She’s had the unique pleasure of traveling to and writing about the “World’s Best Beaches”, writing for the harrowing “Dispatch from the Danger Zone”, and then literally taking a bite out of delectable shows like “Simply Delicioso” and “Giada’s Weekend Getaways”, featuring celebrity chef, Giada DeLaurentiis. Today, she spends much of her time running around after her two, high-energy, beautiful little girls and is “learning to fly” with Airpark TV!
She will be working on several segments for us including the “kid craft” section and other special features.
This weekend we were filming EAA Chapter 301‘s Young Eagle rally at Centennial Airport. We worked with aerobatic pilot Dagmar Kress, Mark Van Tine, and teen pilot Autumn Page. We will be editing and posting small vignettes over the next week. Check back for links or check in with our youtube channel.
Greg Anderson and Rudy Kneiss, Suzanne Yenopolus and the folks at Jeppesen get a big thank you for helping us capture on the great things that they are doing. These folks give their time effort and money to make a difference in children’s lives, heroes in their own right. The genuine caring and giving, the interest they take in youth is exactly what we hope to capture and bring home on the screen.
The pilots and aviator donate their own time, money to bring something good to children.
You can see the great stuff that life is made of in the footage. The crew got some spectacular footage that we will be editing vignettes and show teases within the next few weeks. Thank You to Sheri Kaz, Stephen McKissen and Tori Olson! It was absolutely heartwarming to see the dedication and caring that the aviators have towards our youth, giving them life long memories and inspiration!
We hope Airpark TV can continue with that spirit and help to bring more kids into that great life changing experience!
Thank you all!