Executive Producer, Writer, Director
Paul S. Goodman holds the Richard M. Cyert Professorship and is Professor of Organizational Psychology at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. He was educated at Trinity College (BA), the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College (MBA), and has a Ph.D. from Cornell University in Organizational Psychology.
His research over the last forty-years has been focused on organizational effectiveness, organizational change, and team processes and outcomes. Current research is examining the effectiveness of interdisciplinary science teams, team learning, organizational errors, and the future of work. Professor Goodman has published nine books and more than one-hundred professional articles and chapters.
Professor Goodman is director of the Institute for Strategic Development at Carnegie Mellon. This Institute establishes strategic global alliances with universities, governments, and industry. Many of the projects focus on creating new educational institutions and using technology to provide better access and to enhance learning.
Professor Goodman is a documentary filmmaker. He has produced twenty educational films about work and workers. In addition, he has produced two television documentaries on India and Brazil, which have appeared nationally on PBS, been distributed internationally, and appeared at selected film festivals.
Professor Goodman is a Fellow in the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, in the American Psychological Society, and the Academy of Management. He won the Academy of Management's Distinguished Educator Award (2001) and Carnegie Mellon’s Doherty Award for Sustained Contributions to Excellence in Education (2009).
He has served in an advisory capacity for organizations that include the National Research Council, National Science Foundation, and Department of Labor, as well as industrial and nonprofit organizations.
Ralph Vituccio is an Independent Filmmaker and Interactive Media creator. Ralph is on faculty at the Entertainment Technology Center, a graduate program at Carnegie Mellon University where he teaches visual story telling for new media. He has developed, written, and produced numerous films, videos, interactive web sites, and multimedia projects for Carnegie Mellon as well as many corporate and commercial clients. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Pittsburgh Filmmakers where he teaches film and video production.
His media work has received several communication and media awards and his interactive training CD-ROMs on racism and teaching conflict management skills have both won National Educational Media Awards and International Television and Video Awards. As an independent artist, Vituccio has received numerous grants in support of his work from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Mid-Atlantic Region Media Arts Fellowship Program and the National Endowment for the Arts. In addition, he has been the recipient of three Media Fellowship Awards. Vituccio's documentary, "PERFORMANCE: The Living Art," won an Artist Distinction Award at the 1990 Berlin MedienOperative International Video Festival and has aired nationally on several PBS stations and internationally in several countries. His documentary, "When The Video Came," considers the early formation of video as an art form and profiles many of the original pioneers in the field. His recent documentary, “In Service: Iraq to Pittsburgh”, tells the story of 15 local men and women who served, survived, and returned from battlefields in and around Baghdad. Vituccio is currently in production on, “Shipbreakers”, which is a documentary about the men who salvage huge cargo and ocean liners. Shot in India, China and the United States, it looks at issues of large scale work processes without the aide of technology, worker safety and environmental concerns.
Tom Clancey has shot numerous independent features, documentaries, commercials and music videos since moving to Los Angeles in 1997. Most recently Tom has finished principle photography on White Space, a sci-fi thriller and the television comedy pilot Sensitive Men which is being represented by CAA. In 2006, Tom collaborated with Director Justin Lin (The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast and Furious) on Finishing the Game which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (2007) and was distributed by IFC. That same year, Tom worked with Director John Landis on the Emmy award winning documentary Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project which was an official selection at the prestigious New York Film Festival, AFI Film Festival and aired on HBO. Other projects include additional photography on Universal’s latest Fast and the Furious installment Fast Five, the independent feature film Kissing Strangers and the documentaries on SHIPBREAKERS and This Child of Mine, as well as a number of music videos and national commercials.
Tom's interests outside of cinematography include cooking, cycling, diving and over twenty-seven years of rock climbing.
You can find more about Tom and his work at www.tomclancey.com