Klamath Film is proud to announce the hire of Logan Baldwin as its new executive director — effective at the end of January 2024. Baldwin takes over for interim director Kurt Liedtke, who moves back to the position of Klamath Film Board Chair, after serving in the role for a short time following the resignation of previous director Cassidy Quistorff.
Hailing from Springfield, Tenn., Logan Baldwin embarked on a journey rooted in hard work and dedication from an early age. For over a decade, he played a pivotal role in his family’s barbecue restaurant, J.I. Baldwin and Son Barbecue. While doing so, he achieved an AAS in Entertainment Media Production from Volunteer State Community College, Gallatin, Tenn.
In 2020, Logan’s life took a new turn when his wife, Kylie, pursued Law School at the University of Memphis. There, he served as a product photographer at Accenture. In this role, Logan captured the essence of fashion by photographing an average of 125 products daily for T.J. Maxx and Marshall’s. These images found their way into catalogs, websites, and various advertisements.
Following Kylie’s graduation in May 2023, she acquired a new job as a Law Clerk in Klamath Falls, and they set their sights on a new adventure and moved across the country to Oregon. Now, as the Executive Director of Klamath Film, Logan is excited to bring his diverse background in photography, visual media, and management to contribute to the vibrant filmmaking community in and around Klamath Falls.
Together with the passionate board members of Klamath Film, Logan is committed to fostering the growth, promotion, and support of filmmaking in the community. As they connect Klamath Falls to the world of film, he is enthusiastic about the opportunities that lie ahead and the impact they can collectively create.