Jim Butterworth is the founder and president of Naked Edge Films, where he has served as executive producer for films including "The Revisionaries," "Gone", "Donor Unknown," "War Don Don," "The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan," and "Cape Spin." Jim's own film "Seoul Train," which he produced, directed and shot, has been translated to more than twenty languages and broadcast on TV globally. In 2007, "Seoul Train" was bestowed the Alfred I. duPont - Columbia University Award for excellence in broadcast journalism and investigative reporting, and also was runner-up for the National Journalism Award. Jim also is a successful technology entrepreneur and investor, and an advisor to a number of nonprofits, start-up companies and investment funds. He was one of the pioneers in the streaming of audio and video over the Internet, and holds 12 issued U.S. and foreign patents in this field.