Amy Stiftel-Sedlis

Amy Stiftel-Sedlis

Assistant Producer



The business of being an artist…
03-15-2017

Don Stewart of Homewood…

A different kind of art project…
03-15-2017

Birmingham Art Teacher Blue Horn…

One African-American’s Mission to Preserve His Family’s Rural History
02-28-2017

Albert “Peter” Datcher Jr. has been tracing his family history — from slavery to farming — in a small, rural, predominately white town in Shelby County, Alabama for the past 15 years. He wants to be sure people recognize African-American contributions to the region.

Changing someone’s smile…
01-11-2017

Dental Assistant Cathy Mayo of Springville…

Magical Things Happen Here….
01-11-2017

Musician Kevin Kozak of Homewood…

The Power of Music…
01-11-2017

Dementia Care Coordinator Pam Leonard of Alabaster…

Two Mountain Brook Students to take the Big TED-Ed Stage
12-2-2016

Mountain Brook High School sophomores Brett Lewis and Sean Fredella have been selected to present their talks at the first ever TED-Ed Weekend in New York.

ACLU President Visits Samford Univeristy
11-22-2016

Susan Herman spoke to a packed audience, answering questions about current concerns and potential roles for the ACLU under President-Elect Donald Trump.

Alabama Facing a Water Crisis
11-2-2016

  Nearly the entire state of Alabama is under the grip of a severe drought and Alabama is facing a water crisis. To date there’s no statewide mandate regarding water usage. However, some public water systems, including the Birmingham Water Works, have begun implementing their own drought conservation plans.   Beginning November 19th, in order […]

Affecting your surroundings…
10-27-2016

Aspiring hip-hop artist and vegan activist, Walter Duke of Birmingham…