Linda Duvoisin


motivated by story - inspired by the work

Most Recent Work: "I Am An Innocent man: The Ed Johnson Story"

2018-2021 Independently produced historical documentary.  



Credits include executive producer, producer, writer, editor, and field producer. Clients include Public Television, Tennessee State Museum, Discovery Channel, Discovery ID, Animal Planet, TLC, and Turner South, among others. Began work as a documentary filmmaker for Walter Cronkite  in Washington DC and has continued to produce high quality and award-winning documentaries for television, museums, and media outlets.

Known as a creative and out-of-the-box thinker. Strengths include visual storytelling, candid interviews, and persistence. 

A team player. Can engage with directors, production teams, and executive producers to move productions from concept to completion. Has worked in many different TV genres including, science, news and information, travel, history, natural history, true crime, medicine, and animation.



Owner/Producer (2006 – 2020) Oversees all aspects of media production. Engages with clients and executive producers from conceptual meeting to final delivery. Manages budgets, editorial content and development of new programming and media

Clients Include:

Discovery ID (+15 episodes as field director Who the Bleep Did I Marry including the pilot, Southern Fried Homicide including pilot and entire season 6 for Discovery ID)

Tennessee State Museum (3 award-winning exhibit films)

Chemtura Chemical (oversaw the instructional design and production of a web-based training course for +7000 employees worldwide)

Benwood Foundation (+20 Webisodes for the Benwood Speaker Series)

Public Television (Emmy nominated one-hour special) Scenic Tennessee (20 short videos exploring the beautification and music of Tennessee)

Program Credits:


Three-Day Weekend, 14 episodes of a half hour travel show for Turner South Network.

you don't know what i got, a feature length award-winning documentary.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, a hour documentary in the Great Books Series for TLC. CINE Golden Eagle and a Telly Award 

Secrets of the Sequence, 7 segments, a half hour science series for Public Television.

Wolf: Return to the Wild - 1 hour documentary for Animal Planet

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a one hour documentary for TLC.

The Power of Genes, a one hour documentary in the Understanding series, for TLC.

Oceans, a one hour documentary in the Understanding Series for TLC.

Electricity, a one hour documentary in the Understanding Series for TLC.

Freelance Producer 

Writer, producer and director for tv documentaries and

programs. Over-site and management of budgets
Conducted all interviews and direction on location.
Cast and direct dramatic re-enactments

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Chosen to participate in the CPB/PBS Producers Academy at WGBH in Boston in 2011.
Makework Grant for filmmaking by CreateHere, 2010
Awarded an Individual Artist Grant for filmmaking by the Tennessee Arts Commission. 2008
Proficient editor/producer in Premiere Pro, Adobe Captivate and Adobe After Effects.
Quickbooks and Teamwork (production management software)
Adjunct professor, Documentary film II (2013 Spring) University Of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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