Logan Gilpin was born in Fort Worth Texas. In his sophomore year of high school, he acquired a position as a sound engineer at the Ridglea Theater music venue. There he learned the skills necessary for accommodating and negotiating with nationally recognized artists and singers such as The Flaming Lips, Old 97's, and Drowning Pool. He negotiated on the sound and lighting technical requirements for their performances. In 2002, Logan was hired by Dallas Fort Worth based NBC where he gained experience with broadcast video, shooting commercial spots, directing live broadcasts for special events. When the NBC station upgraded to the digital Calrec Alpha sound system, Logan was able to mentor and train the engineers on how to program and operate the new sound and editing equipment. This all occurred at the time when NBC was merging with Telemundo. While working at the station until 2003, he started Under the Tower Productions which films and produces short films that emotionally engage viewers with compelling, authentic stories. In 2006, he mixed and mastered the sound design for the movie "White Powder " and in 2008 the short film "A Part". With his extensive experience with media and video production, it led him to write and produce the documentary, "The Rose a Sense of Place" which won the 2009 Telly award. While projection systems advance in planetariums on an international scale, Logan supports the Museum of Science and History in Fort Worth by improving and enhancing their films with color correction and encoding for the Zeiss 4K digital formats projected on dome screens. His philosophy is to create content that makes one think and embrace the journey of life.