Pitzer College Alumnus Nominated for Two 2010 Emmy Awards

Claremont, Calif. (April 1, 2010) — Pitzer College alumnus Len Davis '97 was nominated for two 2010 Northwest Regional Emmy Awards for his documentaries The Little Lama in the Human Interest, Feature/Segment category and The Refugee Journey: Bhutan to America in the Historic/Cultural, Feature/Segment category.

The Little Lama and The Refugee Journey were part of a three-part series connecting Seattle and Nepal for The Seattle Channel.

Davis, an urban and community studies major, also studied abroad with Pitzer in Nepal in 1995.

Davis is the owner of Pangealty Productions, a Seattle-based video production company specializing in serving socially conscious businesses and organizations. Davis' work has been featured on ABC's 20/20, PBS, BBC, Democracy Now!, The Travel Channel, The History Channel, ZDF German Television, MTV, The New York Times, at The United Nations, on various other TV outlets in Europe and Africa, as well as at numerous trade conferences and film festivals around the world. He has worked as a cameraman, producer, interviewer, editor, teacher, floor director, researcher and documentarian.

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