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Remsberg, Rich

18 Cherry Street
North Adams
United States

Tel: +1 413 664 4516
Mob: +1 413 652 7094


Emmy award-winning archival image researcher with more than a decade's experience. Although most of my work focuses on footage and still photos, I am also at home with rare books, fine art, engravings, maps, newspapers, sound recordings and everything else archival. I handle everything from research and story development to rights clearances. Accessible to both New York and Boston, and several trips a year to the National Archives.Clients:PBS (American Experience, American Masters, Frontline, Nature, NOVA) History Channel, National Geographic, Harvard University, independent features and museum exhibits.




The Last Reef: Cities Beneath the Sea (IMAX, 2011, Archival Researcher)
PBS Arts: Give Me the Banjo (PBS, 2011, Archival Researcher)
Ghost Ships of the Great Lakes (National Geographic, 2012, Archival Researcher)
War of 1812 (PBS, 2011, Footage Researcher)
American Experience / Frontline: God in America (hours 1&2) (PBS, 2010, Footage Researcher)
Explorer: The Lost Mummies of Papua New Guinea (National Geographic, 2010, Footage Researcher)
Hard Luck Blues: Roots Music Photographs from the Great Depression (University of Illinois Press, 2010, Author)
No Job for a Woman - The Women Who Fought to Report WWII (2010, Footage Researcher)
Nova: Mind Over Money (PBS, 2010, Footage Researcher)
Nova: What Darwin Never Knew (PBS, 2010, Footage Researcher)
Illinois Holocaust Museum (2009, Footage Researcher)
Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, 1968 (PBS, 2009, Footage Researcher)
Explorer: Climbing Redwood Giants (National Geographic, 2009, Footage Researcher)
Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (PBS, 2008, Footage Researcher)
Secrecy (2008, Footage Researcher)
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (2008, Footage Researcher)
Killer Poet (2008, Footage Researcher)
American Experience: The Living Weapon (PBS, 2007, Footage Researcher)
Through Deaf Eyes (PBS, 2007, Footage Researcher)
American Masters: John James Audubon (PBS, 2007, Footage Researcher)
American Masters: Woody Guthrie (PBS, 2006, Footage Researcher)
Deep Sea Detectives (12 episodes) (History Channel, 2006, Footage Researcher)
American Experience: Alfred Kinsey (PBS, 2004, Footage Researcher)