Eric Stange, executive producer and founder of Spy Pond Productions in Arlington, is a writer, director and producer of documentary television programs on history, science, and technology. His work has appeared on PBS, The Discovery Channel, National Geographic and the BBC. He specializes in both short and long format projects that combine rigorous research with innovative visualization techniques and imaginative storytelling. Eric has been a recipient of the Charles Warren Fellowship in American History from Harvard University. He is member of the board of Common-Place, the leading academic web site for studies in early American history, writes a column for American Heritage magazine on history and new media, and is a visiting fellow with the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Before becoming a filmmaker Stange was a print journalist and wrote primarily about art and culture for newspapers and journals including the Boston Herald, Boston Globe, New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, Chronicle of Higher Education and other national publications. He lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with his wife, Barbara, and two children.