Executive Director

Logan Baldwin

Logan Baldwin is a filmmaker/photographer originally from Springfield, Tenn. He served for years as a product photographer for TJ Maxx/Marshall's, and holds a degree in filmmaking. He and his wife Kylie relocated to Klamath Falls in May 2023. He was appointed Executive Director of Klamath Film in January 2024.

Board Chair

Kurt Liedtke

Kurt Liedtke served as Executive Director of Klamath Film for two years until 2022, transitioning to a position on the Board of Directors. A filmmaker and commercial drone pilot, Kurt worked for over a decade in Hollywood in various roles in music, film, social media and video games before relocating to the Klamath Basin.

Vice Chair

Bowen Browder

Bowen Browder is a native to Klamath Falls and recently graduated with a B.S. in Communication Studies from Oregon Tech, where he now currently works as an Admissions Counselor. Bowen has been an avid enthusiast of various performing arts throughout his life, whether as a ballet dancer, a jazz and classical musician, or more recently as an aspiring actor for film and theater. In his spare time he likes to be on the lookout for casting calls and other opportunities for experience in order to learn and hone his craft as an entertainer. It is his first year of a 3-year term.


Nina Oberlin

Nina Oberlin is a Production designer, puppet maker, Animator, Set builder and filmmaker. Just recently graduated with a Master’s in Cinematography from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Working on setting up a Production Company in Lafayette, OR. Passionate about filmmaking and looking forward to continuing to learn and grow in the industry. She is serving the second year of a three-year term.

Board Member

Chuck Edson

Chuck Edson was raised in Eureka, Calif., and graduated in 1970 with an MA in Psych from a college now known as Cal Poly at Humboldt. He has lived in Oregon since then, working in criminal justice and other human services, and retired here in 2000 as director of Community Corrections (parole and probation) for Klamath and Lake Counties. Since retiring Chuck has taught at KCC, and OIT, counseled sexual offenders and volunteered in services to foster children. National unrest motivates him to explore the human condition and the duty to improve political tolerance and understanding through the nonpartisan political discourse organization Braver Angels. He see the current phenomenon of independent film as an extraordinary tool to this end. It is his second year of a three-year term.

Board Member

Orian Imaki-McGill

Board Member

Stephen Kardell

Stephen Kardell is originally from Los Angeles, California. He has worked in the motion picture industry for over 20 years; as a freelance location scout and manager. His experience includes independent films, episodic television, commercials, and music videos. With his camera in hand, Stephen always looks for something cool to discover and shoot. Now living in southern Oregon, he continues to work as a freelance scout and photographer. It is his second year of a three-year term.

Board Member

Mark Neupert

Mark Neupert (Ph.D. in Anthropology) is a Professor at Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls, where he teaches courses in film and anthropology. He is an active ethnographic film maker whose research focuses on the connection between urban planning and culture in the Netherlands. His films have screened at the Ethnografilm Paris festival. He was recently a visiting researcher at the University of Leiden’s program for visual ethnography. It is his second year of a 3-year term.

Board Member

Wayne Sweat

Wayne Sweat is a financial advisor by day, and an accomplished actor in many shorts and features made across Southern Oregon. He has been a member of Klamath Film for many years. It is his third year of a 3-year term.

Board Member

Taylor Tupper

Taylor Tupper is an enrolled Modoc of the Klamath Tribes, and serves as the Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services Communications/Information Officer. Taylor has served as the Public Relations and News Manager for Klamath Tribes for nearly three decades, and has worked extensively with tribal leaders and council. Taylor played an instrumental role in film productions produced in collaboration with Klamath Tribes: an OPB special titled “Killing the Klamath” and a student film production about the Modoc Wars of the 1870s titled “This is Their Land.” It is her second year of a 3-year term.

Board Member

George Tyson

George Tyson is a musician, piano-tuner and business co-owner (A Music Store on Main Street) in Klamath Falls, and passionate supporter of the arts in the Klamath Basin who previously worked in the film industry for several decades. It is his second year of a 3-year term.