Kristin Tieche is an award-winning producer, director and editor. Her work has aired on National Geographic, CBC, Smithsonian Channel, Science Channel, Al Jazeera America, PBS, CBS–5, Fox Worldwide, Link TV, Fine Living Channel, Food Network and Home and Garden. She produces for the environmental series, "Bay Area Bountiful" for Northern California Public Media, and is editing the Court TV series "Someone They Knew with Tamron Hall."
Kristin’s storytelling provides viewers with deeply immersive and visceral experiences that intend to inspire action and transform minds. She has earned an international reputation as an environmental filmmaker and skilled documentary editor. She is known for her award-winning environmental and social commentary films, including "Forms of Identification” (2011), an experimental film about identity crisis, and "The Spinster" (2013), a bicycle horror film that won the Jury Prize at the Boston Bike Film Festival. Her popular short film series "Velo Visionaries" (2015-2017) has enjoyed global exposure at film festivals focusing on urbanism, sustainability and biking. Kristin is producing a feature documentary about bats and white-nose syndrome called "The Invisible Mammal."
Kristin has worked as a producer and editor on feature documentaries that include Sundance Audience Award winning "Fuel" (2008), PBS/Independent Lens film, "Power Paths" (2009), and festival winners, “Love Thy Nature” (2014) and "UberLand" (2019).
Kristin holds a Master of Arts in Television, Radio and Film from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she received awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in screenwriting and sound design. She completed a degree in Sustainability at City College of San Francisco in 2019. She is also a certified cetacean naturalist, a dedicated urban cyclist, and a member of the Wild Lens Collective.