Jack Kirby is a senior director at FP1 Strategies. With a keen eye for detail and visual storytelling, Kirby consistently produces cinematic images that amplify our clients’ messaging goals. He also has a sharp sense for scripting and structuring narratives to deliver maximum impact.

Kirby began his career on a documentary team tasked with inspiring policymakers to protect critical ocean habitats. He’s covered the Inuit Circumpolar Council in Alaska, produced expedition documentaries across the globe, and interviewed world leaders about environmental policy and conservation strategy. Kirby is a graduate of Montana State University and currently lives in Washington, D.C. with his girlfriend and their dog, Roo.

 

Career Highlights: 

  • Writer/Field Producer – “World’s Biggest Bull Shark?” – Nat Geo Shark Fest 2021
  • Shooter/Field Producer – “The Last Ice” – 2021 Emmy Winner – Best Nature Documentary
  • Webby Award Winner – People’s Voice Award 2018 – Sustainability and Environment

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