Meet the Staff
Producer, Oregon Experience
Eric Cain is a producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting's historical documentary show, Oregon Experience.
Eric first came to OPB as a radio news volunteer. In 1987, he took a job with television production and has since produced segments and programs for nearly all of OPB's television shows, including Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Art Beat, The Oregon Story and now Oregon Experience.
He's received a number of awards for his work at OPB, including two regional Emmys for "Best Director" and four more for "Best Documentary."
Eric grew up in Sacramento, California, and earned a degree in anthropology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He's also studied commercial art and music.
Producer, Oregon Experience
Kami Horton is a producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting's historical documentary show, Oregon Experience.
Previously she worked on several OPB and PBS programs including the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, the New Heroes, Pink Martini: Discover the World, and Caprial & John's Kitchen.
Kami began her broadcasting career in 1992 at CBS affiliate KTVL in Medford, shooting, editing and reporting stories.
Kami's work has been recognized with a regional Emmy Award, six Telly Awards, Western Writers of America Spur Award, CINE Golden Eagle and Society of Professional Journalists awards. She has completed fellowships with RTNDA German/American Journalists Exchange Program and the Robert Bosch Foundation.
Kami has a degree in broadcasting from Southern Oregon University and a master's degree in nonfiction writing from Portland State University.
As a history buff and fifth generation Oregonian, she is delighted to be a part of the Oregon Experience team.
Executive Producer, Oregon Experience
Nadine Jelsing is the executive producer of Oregon Public Broadcasting's historical documentary show, Oregon Experience.
Before she came to OPB, Nadine got her start in television at KING-TV in Seattle and has more than 20 years experience working at television stations and production companies across the country.
Nadine has also worked on a number of other OPB productions including the educational media series, Rediscovering Biology, before the launch of Oregon Experience in 2006.
She has received several awards for her work on the show including six regional Emmy Awards and a national Gracie Award.
A northwest native, Nadine is delighted to be a part of Oregon Experience telling stories and meeting wonderful people that have helped shape the state.
Lisa Suinn Kallem
Editor, Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Art Beat, Oregon Experience
Lisa Suinn Kallem is a editor at Oregon Public Broadcasting.
She has been in the business of storytelling for more than 20 years. She started at KREM 2 News in Spokane, Washington, and moved to Portland to work as an audio technician. She self-trained her way into her position at OPB.
Lisa has edited numerous national and regional award winning programs including PBS' Frontline, News Hour, History Detectives, and OPB's documentary shows Oregon Field Guide, Oregon Art Beat and Oregon Experience.
She is a graduate of Eastern Washington University with a degree in communications and television. She considers it her job to create the producer's true vision of the story. Story wrangling is her passion.
Bruce Barrow came to OPB as a senior editor in 1994 after 15 years as a freelance editor in Portland and Los Angeles. He has worked for Oregon Experience from its inception, editing two of its Emmy award winners - Sam Hill and The Beach Bill. In addition to his work on Oregon Experience, Bruce has worked on several other local productions, and was editor of the duPont-Columbia Award winning The Silent Invasion. His national credits include Producer on the PBS series' Time Team and History Detectives and Editor on many other PBS programs, including Nerds 2.0 – a Brief History of the Internet, Electric Money and Yalta: Peace, Power and Betrayal. He has won five regional Emmys.