Carol Dalrymple is an experienced professional in all aspects of production. With a love of visual storytelling she has worked in many roles on numerous multi-award-winning documentaries. She is currently a producer for the upcoming 2009 KUED/PBS series We Shall Remain, a provocative, multi-media project that endeavors to establish Utah’s American Indian history as an essential part of Utah and U.S. history. With a specialty in post-production she is also responsible for helping to create a new KUED HD on-air design, weekly promotional and image spots, show “opens” and special visual effect sequences for KUED/PBS broadcast. Her work has been individually recognized with Emmy awards for Individual Achievement in Craft (Achievement in Editing - Utah: The National Parks; Achievement in Audio - Wild River: The Colorado; Achievement in Editing - The Journey Home: Stories from Hospice) and with a Special Jury Award for “Achievement in Craft – Editing and Graphics” for Aftermath of Meth at the 2008 Houston International Film Festival.
Carol also has an extensive background in music/audio creation and performance. A highlight of her field audio experiences at KUED was a 19-day trip down the Grand Canyon battling wind, water and sand to collect field audio for the national PBS HD documentary Wild River: The Colorado. Carol has composed music for KUED/PBS shows including the current affairs program Utah Now and Civic Dialogue, and the long-format documentaries Fire in the Hole and The Journey Home: Stories from Hospice. She also has recorded tracks on other PBS documentaries such as Secrets of the Lost Canyon and No Safe Place: Violence Against Women. Carol plays the violin and bass guitar and has written and performed music in groups ranging from classical to jazz to rock to hip-hop, in literally thousands of live and recorded venues. (Some fun history: Carol’s first rock band played at the 1998 and 2000 Vans Warped Tour in Salt Lake City and was voted as “Best Punk Rock Band” in the 2002 Salt Lake City Weekly yearly readers’ poll; Carol was also voted “Best Bassist” in the Salt Lake City Weekly 2000 Slammy Awards).
Carol is a believer in the power of public television and feels honored to have worked with so many talented and dedicated people in her 14-year career with KUED/PBS. Whenever possible she can be found in the outdoors snowboarding, climbing, or hiking with her happy dogs.
Carol’s work can be found in the following KUED/PBS programs:
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