Rory Crittenden is a filmmaker from the Peavine community of the Cherokee Nation. He is a writer, director, and a Heartland Emmy-winning producer. From 2018 to 2021 Rory produced stories for four seasons of his tribe’s documentary television program Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People. He currently works as a freelance filmmaker, helping to create content for Native American governments, television programs and community organizations. Rory lives in Tulsa with his wife Christy and their two children.