Po Kutchins is an Emmy Award winning producer/director based in New York City who has worked in film and television for the past 12 years. She has produced, directed and edited more than 50 hours of documentary television for HBO, National Geographic, Bravo, A&E, and PBS, among others. Her work includes a feature documentary profiling a year in the life of a young man on death row, several hours following the group Doctors Without Borders on humanitarian operations in Africa, Asia and South America, and a number of acclaimed series for A&E including Dog the Bounty Hunter and Family Plots. She received an Emmy in 2000 for editing the multi-award winning HBO film Come Unto Me, about Tyree Guyton, an outsider artist and activist in Detroit, which she also co-wrote. In addition to her work on Prison Town, USA, Po is currently directing and series-producing a reality series called King of Cars on A&E.