About Us

Bunee Tomlinson

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Iancu (Bunee) Tomlinson was born in Romania and lived in an orphanage until he was adopted to the United States at six years of age. He has been producing film and video content in Oklahoma for over 10 years. He studied film production at OCCC in Oklahoma City, then graduated from Santa Fe University of Art and Design with a BFA in film in 2018. His documentary, Bunee: The Boy from Constanta, was shown in the Cannes Film Festival and he was awarded a Heartland Emmy for directing the Tulsa history documentary, Boomtown: An American Journey. He has directed and filmed the promotions for The Margarita Trail for Santa Fe Tourism Department as well as the biopics for the recipients of the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards. He has worked on network productions, short and feature films, commercial production, and almost all aspects of video production. 


Bunee's most recent award-winning documentary, New Mexico Rain, has shown in numerous festivals and won the Judges Choice Award at Doc Sunback Film Festival and Best Documentary and Best Music Score at Sunny Side Up Film Festival. It is the touching story of Bill and Bonnie Hearne. Bonnie is totally blind and Bill legally blind. Their love, strength, and perseverance led them to being catalytic figures in the Austin music movement of the 1960s and ‘70s and later in the New Mexico music scene.


Passionate about both music and film, Bunee is based in Oklahoma City, OK and Santa Fe, NM

Ned Jacobs

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Ned Jacobs is both an educator and serial entrepreneur having formed and managed seven businesses in his 45 year career.  


Early on he was a Headmaster of a private school in Los Angeles that included many enrichment programs but most popular with the students/parents was the school's music/drama programs.  Later he worked for the Kaplan Educational Centers as their National Director of University Partnerships where he brought funding to develop student leadership & other fun activities to the student body of many colleges/universities in US.  Ned "retired" in 2010 but quickly turned to volunteer board work, fund raising and event management.  


He and his wife, Tina, moved to Santa Fe in 2013 after opening an Allstate insurance agency.  


Along with managing the agency, Ned engages in sponsorships of Santa Fe Bandstand, St. John's Music on the Hill and was co-founder/producer of the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards.  In addition, he is on the steering committee for Santa Fe Music Week as a producer of concerts and marketing consultant for the City of Santa Fe-Division of Tourism.  


He has 3 grown children and 3 grand children, loves tennis, gardening, and live music.