Meet the Team

Jamey Hastings
Producer, Director, Videographer, Editor

Jamey is a video producer, director, cinematographer, and editor with 12 years of professional experience.  She’s worked  as a producer and director at Pikes Peak Library District, creating promotional, educational, and documentary films, as well as capturing live events.  Her documentary work has earned her a Silver Telly Award (In Our Own Backyard: Reflections on the Waldo Canyon Fire) and a Heartland Emmy (“Colorado Springs Beat: The News Photography of Stan Payne”). The documentary Frozen to Death on Pikes Peak: A Cold Case Investigation is in hundreds of school libraries in Colorado, and is used to teach students about primary source research for History Day. She also launched the program, Colorado Cinema Spotlight, which featured interviews with Colorado filmmakers and clips of their work.

She has produced four short films for You May Clap Productions, “Misplaced Magic”, “Dink”, “Ten Past Two”, and “Clippings”, as well as several short outdoor and poetry pieces. Her work at You May Clap Productions has also included client work for Design Rangers, Pikes Peak Sports, Hyde CORE Lab, Ventura Ranch KOA, and the Rocky Mountain PBS program, Hittin’ the Road.

Previously, she worked as a videographer and editor for KKTV in Colorado Springs for several years, earning a 1st place Colorado Broadcaster’s Association Award for her piece “7-Election.”

travis duncan
co-Producer, w
riter, musician

Travis Duncan is a writer and musician with over 15 years of professional experience. Travis has worked as a journalist for the Colorado Springs Independent and Gazette. His freelance articles have been published in The Saturday Evening Post, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and American Libraries. As a musician and actor, Travis has performed in productions by the Millibo Art Theatre, Star Bar Players, Springs Ensemble Theatre, UCCS THEATREWORKS, Dragon Theatre, and Theatre ‘d Art. He has worked on the musical score for multiple You May Clap productions, including the short films, “Dink” and “Channeling the Wild.”