Nolpix Media (a.k.a. Nolichucky Pictures) is a creative digital media agency creating content for television, commercial, non-profit, scientific, government, and educational institutions. We start with our core belief that everyone’s story is epic. From there, we craft stories that inspire viewers and promote our client’s brand. Since 2006, we have created award-winning media experiences which include:
We work with our clients from concept to delivery, ensuring your product is on-message, on-time, and on-budget.
BUCK KAHLER– Writer/Director
Buck has over 29 years experience in filmmaking. He began his career as a combat photojournalist for the U.S. Air Force and is a retired Master Sergeant. Buck has edited series and specials for A&E, The History Channel, and the Discovery Channel. He has filmed specials for the National Geographic Channel. He wrote, produced, filmed, and edited The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin which began airing nationwide on PBS in 2012. He also produced Fort Loudoun: Forsaken By God and Man and co-wrote and edited A Nuclear Family for East Tennessee PBS. He holds an M.F.A. in Motion Pictures and Television Producing from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, a B.A. in History and Communications from Thomas Edison State College, and an A.S. in Audiovisual Production from the Community College of the Air Force. His latest project is Secrets of the Nolichucky River, which is scheduled to air in March 2017 on East Tennessee PBS.
DEBRA DYLAN- Producer
Debra Dylan is the editor Knoxzine, which earned 4 Golden Press Card Awards in 2015 and 4 more in 2016 from the Society of Professional Journalists of East Tennessee. She served as Associate Producer for The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin’s national PBS debut. She produced Fort Loudoun: Forsaken By God and Man for East Tennessee PBS. She was also Associate Producer for Eva Mag Live in 2008. Her skills in fundraising have resulted in over $26,000 in grant and underwriting awards from foundations and individual donors. Through Debra’s efforts, Nolpix Media has received numerous awards from historical associations, film festivals, and a day of recognition from the Mayor of Knoxville. As a journalist, her articles have appeared in PBS.com, Women’s Prospects, GeekxGirls, the Courier, Twisted Hillbilly, Blank, Eva Mag, The Knoxville Voice, and Knoxville 520. Her poetry has been published in Outscapes: Writing on Fences and Frontiers and A Tapestry of Voices. Debra holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Tennessee and an Associates degree in Paralegal Studies from Pellissippi State Community College.