Blue Marble Productions LLC is Elizabeth Pollock Bruch's award-winning media production company, now headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She produces documentary
and corporate videos  and video biographies, as well as providing writing, editing, and copy editing services for clients around the world.

Elizabeth Pollock Bruch
Videographer; Freelance Writer/Copy Editor

Elizabeth Pollock Bruch trained in documentary-video production at U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, where she completed a Master of Journalism degree in 2002.

Her first documentary project, INDIANA ARIA, won a Student Academy Award in 2003,
and her next documentary, ATLANTIS APPROACHING, was produced with a Fulbright Scholarship to New Zealand.

Before heading to California to learn video production in 2000, Bruch had a
career as a magazine foodwriter and editor in Chicago, working at jobs including
managing editor of Chef magazine and features editor of ethnicgrocer.com.

Her articles have appeared in publications including Saveur magazine, Escape magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Tribune, San Jose Mercury News, and the
Tampa Tribune ... and she still does plenty of freelance writing and copy editing.

She earned a Bachelor's degree in English from Carleton College in 1992, then taught English in central Japan, then roamed around Asia and Europe in 1994, including a
summer stint as a busker in Paris, creating a voice/guitar act with the subway trains
of Paris as a moving stage.

She now resides in Milwaukee with her husband, Bob, who lured her back to the Midwest after taking a year off from his job to help her produce ATLANTIS APPROACHING.