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Nolpix Media (a.k.a. Nolichucky Pictures) is a creative digital media agency creating content for social media, television, commercial, non-profit, scientific, government, and educational institutions. We start with our core belief that everyone’s story is epic. From there, we craft stories that inspire viewers and promote our clients' brand. 
BUCK KAHLER– Writer/Director

Buck Kahler has over 30 years of filmmaking experience and is the co-owner of Nolpix Media, LLC (a.k.a. Nolichucky Pictures). Buck began his career as a combat photojournalist for the U.S. Air Force and is a retired Master Sergeant. He traveled worldwide to cover newsworthy events for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, including the Panama Invasion, the Gulf War, and operations in Somalia and the Balkans. In 1996, Buck returned to Tennessee and began working at Jupiter Entertainment, editing documentary series and specials for A&E and the History Channel. Some of his other credits include cinematography for The National Geographic Channel. As an independent director, producer, writer, cinematographer, and editor, he created the three-part series, THE VIETNAM WAR: EAST TENNESSEE, as part of Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s THE VIETNAM WAR. His documentary, THE MYSTERIOUS LOST STATE OF FRANKLIN, aired nationwide on PBS. Buck holds an M.F.A. in Motion Picture and Television Producing from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, a dual-bachelor's degree in History and Communications from Thomas Edison State University, and an A.A.S. in Audiovisual Production Services from the Community College of the Air Force.
DEBRA DYLAN– Writer/Producer

Debra Dylan produced the series, THE VIETNAM WAR: EAST TENNESSEE for East Tennessee PBS, of which two episodes were nominated for 2019 MidSouth Regional Emmy® Awards. She served as Associate Producer for The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin’s national PBS debut. She co-produced Fort Loudoun: Forsaken By God and Man, for East Tennessee PBS and Tennessee State Parks. She is the editor of Knoxzine, an online magazine, which earned 8 Golden Press Card Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists of East Tennessee. Since 2016, Debra has been a radio documentary judge for the annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards. As part of her administrative work, she has written 6 successful grant applications for Humanities Tennessee projects. She oversees Nolpix Media’s social media accounts and all award and film festival applications. She is available to teach workshops about interviewing skills, researching historic archives, and writing for a variety of audiences. She also works as a freelance editor for self-published books, academic papers, and other written media. Her freelance articles have appeared in, Women’s Prospects, and GeekxGirls. Debra holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Tennessee and an Associates degree in Paralegal Studies from Pellissippi State Community College.