Bonnie Waltch is a producer, director, and writer for documentaries and museum exhibit media. Most recently, she produced and wrote the one-hour international television documentary, Earth Emergency, and series of five short films, Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops. Other work includes Super Reefs: The Future of Coral for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and exhibit media for the Pikes Peak Visitor Center, the Tennessee State Museum, the Mob Museum, and the National World War II Museum, among others. She has produced and written television programs for Nova/BBC, Scientific American Frontiers, and Discovery Channel. She also served as Executive Director of Filmmakers Collaborative, a non-profit fiscal sponsor. She holds a B.A. in Semiotics from Brown University.

This profile was last updated on April 27, 2021

Mind & Life Connections


2021 Summer Research Institute Session

Film & Panel: “Storytelling, Science, and Hope: Climate Feedback Loops Film & Panel”

Moderators: nischal neupane
Panel: Bonnie Waltch, Donald Perovich, Thupten Jinpa, nischal neupane

Topics: Compassion & Empathy | Contemplative Wisdom | Environment | Stress & Resilience