Michael Joseloff is a four-time Emmy Award winning documentary producer living in New York City. His work has aired on ABC, CBS, PBS and numerous cable TV channels. He's currently producing a documentary for FRONTLINE (PBS) about school reform and Michelle Rhee, the controversial former Chancellor of Schools in Washington, D.C.
For the past decade Joseloff worked in cable television producing business-related documentaries, crime dramas, biographies and reality-based programs. Before that, as a network news and independent producer, he made hundreds of short and long-form documentaries about current events, history, science and more.
He's written and produced documentaries with some of TV’s most respected journalists including Peter Jennings, Mike Wallace, Robin MacNeil, Jim Lehrer and Louis Rukeyser.
In his free time he rides his bike, teaches himself Final Cut Pro editing, attends the kids’ track and swim meets and tinkers in the garage on his latest invention. (He holds two patents on a photo frame device called the Photogrid.