Kent Moorhead has over 200 film credits; he has been making films since the late 70s, when he got his MFA at NYU Grad Film and TV. He also was part of a producer training program run by the American Film Institute in 1991. He's worked in both drama and documentary as a producer, director and cinematographer. But in the last fifteen years he has focused on documentary. In Sweden he works primarily as an editor & cameraman. On the US side he produces docs through his company Passage Film; his key subjects are Civil Rights, race relations, American Civil War history, and African American history.
It's worth noting that his US company, Passage Film, Inc. is owned by his Swedish company, Passfilm AB -- so if someone is looking for a seamless way to work between both countries, Passage Film offers it. (Passage FilmHe also works as a cameraman and as an editor; and he teaches documentary filmmaking in Stockholm.
Kent Moorhead also writes for the Swedish film and TV trade magazine, Tidning Monitor, and he teaches workshops in camera & documentary.