Creating Crisis Medicine and the courses we teach has been a 30-year endeavor. Getting the videos online has been a much quicker process, thanks to a team of contributors that helped us build the site, film and edit the online courses, and create our logos and design work. We firmly believe people should be acknowledged for their valuable contributions.
Robert Meyer Burnett
Robert Meyer Burnett is an award winning filmmaker who has worked in every aspect of filmmaking. His primary focus for the past decade has been on behind the scenes and additional footage for special edition DVD’s, including Fantasia, Star Trek V, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
This summer he helped Crisis Medicine develop the idea for our stage and then directed, produced, and edited the resulting footage.
Nick Henderson designed the primary Crisis Medicine logos and designed the website. He has provided independent graphic, web, and design services for almost 20 years. He provides high quality, modestly priced logo, WordPress, web hosting, sign design, and marketing services for small businesses. You can visit his ancient website, from less busy times, at hendersongraphics.com.
Peter Nevins is a woodcut artist in Astoria, Oregon. He works with traditional blocks of Japanese wood to create multi-layered woodblock prints with simple and elegant designs. Peter created a transformed version of Mike’s favorite Japanese woodblock print by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, simplifying the original design but keeping the spirit of the piece intact. There are 100 Limited Edition 11”x14” prints, printed on Cranes 100% Cotton Rag Paper 300/GSM. They will also be available on other Crisis Medicine gear in the coming year. His work can be seen at peternevins.com
Crisis Medicine works with various agencies and training partners to sponsor and run In-Person trainings. Both Knight Defense and InSights Training Center have been long time supporters and partners to deliver high quality training to students all across the Pacific Northwest.