Kim Johnson is Boulder Symphony & Music Academy’s Secretary. Being a film documentarian, she supplies the orchestra with incredible short concert documentaries and creative video media.
Kim founded Boulder Strategy House with Ashley Alsup in order to pursue their passion of discovering and presenting strategic insights in an intimate and visually compelling way. Kim has been a producer and documentary filmmaker for over 20 years. Her collaborative, naturalistic production approach sets her subjects at ease and results in films that convey poignant information, fresh thinking, and incisive observations that resonate powerfully with viewers.
After receiving her B.A. from Duke University and M.A. from Stanford University in documentary film production, Kim’s career has included working as an ethnographic filmmaker/strategist for Interval Research, founded by Paul Allen of Microsoft, as well as in television at CNN, BBC, PBS, and NBC Sports on a variety of international productions, including an Emmy-nominated film on Mt. Everest with blind climber, Erik Weihenmayer, and team. Kim spent the last five years as senior producer and filmmaker at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, where she applied her engaging filmmaking approach to qualitative market research projects for clients including Microsoft, Domino’s, Volkswagen, Best Buy, and Coca-Cola. Prior to CP+B, she worked at Radar Communications and engaged on projects with Levi Strauss, Starbucks, Toyota, and HP, among others.
Her most recent project portfolio includes Burt’s Bees, Whole Foods Market, Revelry Brands, and other clients in the outdoors market and health and wellness industry where Kim is continually working to capture relevant topics and communicate meaningful issues.
Kim lives in Boulder and enjoys her two dogs, the natural beauty, and being actively engaged in the natural products industry development and growth.