This past weekend, the Visionalist Entertainment Productions team traveled to Rye, New York to film a deeply personal, insightful interview with Lee Woodruff about her work with the Bob Woodruff foundation for the 2-hour PBS special “Death is NOT the Answer.”

            Created out of tragedy, the Bob Woodruff foundation began after Broadcast Journalist Bob Woodruff was injured by a roadside bomb while covering the Iraq war for ABC’s “World News Tonight” in 2006. Bob suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and had to rebuild his life and career after 5 weeks in a coma.

            After experiencing the struggles of war first hand, Bob and his wife, Lee, began the foundation to support military armed forces suffering from injuries obtained in combat, as well as the invisible post traumatic stress.

            Lee, a New York Times bestselling author of “Perfectly Imperfect,” “In an Instant,” and “Those We Love Most,” spoke with us in what will surely be one of the most poignant interviews in our film’s section about armed forces. She explained what it was like to see her husband’s struggles and the inspiration it gave her watching him recover. The Bob Woodruff Foundation has become one of the nation’s most respected veteran support foundations. Lee herself speaks often on behalf of what our veterans face, as well as what their families go through when a service member is injured in the line of duty and faces challenges related to post traumatic stress.

            We also filmed an interview with the foundation’s Director of Operations & Finance Brett Morash, who spoke with us about his own experiences in the Navy and why he is passionate about his work with the Woodruff foundation.
            To learn more about the Bob Woodruff foundation and to help support the veterans through their causes, here is a link to it’s website:

            To learn more about our film “Death is NOT the Answer” please visit the website and watch the trailer