If you couldn’t make it to Yellowstone National Park this summer, not to worry—National Geographic is sending 200 crew to the magical northwest corner of Wyoming to bring the park to you.

Over four nights from Aug. 5 to 9 starting at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, Nat Geo is setting up shop in America’s first national park to bring viewers all of its wonders—from wildlife to geysers, canyons, waterfalls and volcanic activity.

Below, you can get a sneak peek at how the channel is putting it all together:


National Geographic

Executive Writer Producer: Nicole Strong

Design Director, Creative: Carla Daeninckx

Creative Director: Erin Newsome

EVP, Creative: Chris Spencer

Project Manager: Kendrah Polk

Editor (of :60): June Kim

Mix & Sound Design (of :60): Nick Anderson

Evolve Studio

Executive Producers: Joel Edwards, Jesse Edwards

VP Operations/Sr. Producer: Daniel Kiedis

Producer: Jen Lewis

Director: Jesse Edwards

Director of Photography: Aaron Lee Seldon

Production Coordinator: Rachel Leach

A Cam Operator: Aaron Lee Seldon

Movi Operator: Colin Noel

1st AC: Ryan Fuqua

2nd AC: Josh Boyd

Timelapse Op: Noah Waldron

DIT: Ryan Fuqua & Josh Boyd

Gaffer: Tracy Mailloux

Sound: Travis Kidd

Production Assistants: Josh Griffith

Helicopter Flight & Shooting Support: Rocky Mountain Rotors & Aerial Filmworks

Heli Cineflex Cam Op: Colin Noel

Heli Shotover Cam Op: Doug Holgate

Post Production:

Editor: Joe Bastien

VFX & Design Team: Ryan Trommer

Colorist: Kendall Rittenour

Sound Design & Mix: Ryan Pribyl

Assistant Editors: Lauren Anderson, Aaron Wheeler

Executive Producers: Joel Edwards, Jesse Edwards

Creative Post Supervisor: Jesse Edwards

Post Coordinator: Jen Lewis

Wildlife and Additional Footage: Wild Yellowstone, Brain Farm

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