Jeremy Robins is a filmmaker and educator with 15 years of youth media and professional documentary experience. He’s taught and created curriculum for programs including Harlem Children’s Zone and Downtown Community Television, and led documentary classes in high schools around New York City. He’s also produced and directed documentaries for PBS, and news stories for Time.com. In 2009 he launched the Echoes of Incarceration project, which trains young people with incarcerated parents in filmmaking and activism, and works with them to create documentaries about the impact of mass incarceration on families. Echoes films have been screened thousands of times in festivals, universities, and prisons. The crew collaborated with Sesame Street and Upworthy on an awareness campaign, and were invited to the White House in 2014.