(Co-Producer, Director, Writer, Project Director) has produced works airing on PBS stations nationwide. He was Co-producer, Co-director, Co-writer and Researcher for the television program Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War which detailed a pivotal event in American history, one that set the stage for the ultimate domination of all Native people by Europeans. Guy received two EMMY® awards for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary Program, and Outstanding Achievement in Program Writing. Video presentations on ethno-history and intercultural communications include: the University of Edinburgh (with Sir Thomas Devine and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown); Yale and Brown Universities (e.g. the Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice/Native Americans at Brown); and conferences (“Genocide, Slavery and Survival: The Native American Experience in New England”) with The Center for Race and Ethnicity in America. He has also worked with The United Nations Association, UN Global Classrooms and The World Policy Institute. He has also enjoyed lecturing at Universities on film and television, representation and media studies. Guy is currently developing a series on diasporic studies for broadcast and online, and serves as advisor for filmmakers seeking assistance with development.