Kyle Justice

CWVFF Speaker2019

Kyle Justice is the Emmy nominated producer of many creation science DVDs and programs. Married for over twenty-seven years, Kyle and Dawn homeschool their eight children, incorporating most of the kids into the travel, shooting, and marketing of their DVD titles for Awesome Science Media. As they travel in their 36’ motorhome, the kids learn about production, photography, science, geography, public speaking, and public relations. Many of their video titles are used for science education in the church, Christian schools, and home school programs.

Kyle began producing television projects as a teenager in the mid 1980s. He and his twin brother were inspired by their father’s hobby of filmmaking. During his high school years, Kyle heard a presentation on evidence for Creation and the Bible from Dr. Donald Chittick and dreamed one day of producing documentaries on the same subject. Through the 1990s Kyle worked for Moody Bible Institute, The Family Channel, and Regent University. In 1997, together with the newly formed Answers in Genesis ministry, Kyle produced his first creation science DVD project, The X-Nilo Show. In 1999 Kyle became an independent television producer, creating content for major networks such as ESPN, National Geographic, the Outdoor Channel, Fox Sports, and Comcast SportsNet. Kyle continued producing creation science programming by developing The Creation Network, a weekly program airing nationally on Sky Angel during 2000–2001.

In 2010 the Justice family took a 25-day road trip across the western United States, visiting several national parks. Kyle took his production gear and shot footage of the parks, as well as his oldest son Noah in front of the camera talking about various geologic formations from a Biblical worldview. After coming back, they developed the first four episodes of Awesome Science and obtained Master Books as a distributor. During this time Kyle also began working with Dr. Steve Austin and Michael Oard to produce a series of DVDs on Flood geology, including the topics of Mount St. Helens, the Ice Age, and the Missoula Flood. Based on the success of these DVDs, the family began producing additional episodes of Awesome Science, The Heavens Declare series, the Creeping Things series, and the Debunking Evolution DVD. They have many more titles in development and post-production including topics on animals, dinosaurs, and applied science. Some of these projects may include Noah’s other siblings as hosts.

The Justice family is adventurous and dedicated to serving God in the area of media ministry, with a focus on science and the Bible. Their programs are now available around the world on DVD, broadcast networks, and the Internet. They currently live in the Pacific Northwest, but look forward to more adventures of how God will use them around the world.

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2019 Workshops by Kyle Justice

  • Fostering Your Kid's Career In Film

    Kyle Justice's father was an amateur filmmaker who encouraged his sons to go into film. Kyle and his wife, Dawn, now foster their eight children to follow the dream God has put on their heart to do, some in film and some not. Kyle will give practical advice for moms and dads on how to encourage their kids in a film and TV career, including the pitfalls and good foundations that can be set for a successful and impactful career.

  • Going Rogue: Self-Distribution Made Easy

    With over two-dozen titles in self-distribution, we have found some great places to get our titles out on the market. From DVD, VOD, broadcast, and social media, the opportunities are incredible. Kyle will share what platforms are open to new content as well as ways to set up your own distribution platforms. He will also touch on how to create new markets that never existed before, as well as new emerging markets for product.

  • Producing Documentaries As A Family

    After big success in producing network programming, Kyle Justice didn’t want to spend so much time away from his eight kids, so he came up with a way to produce as a family. They started off producing the Awesome Science series as a family one summer. This led them to buy an RV and begin traveling around the country to shoot documentaries and kids shows. Kyle will give input on how you can start up your own family production team to produce titles that are marketable. He’ll also share what he’s learned about making the family business fun and getting everyone involved!