Patrick Sammon has a mix of experience in filmmaking, broadcast journalism, and LGBT political advocacy. He is President of Story Center Films, a documentary production company based in Washington, DC. He is the Creator and Executive Producer of CODEBREAKER, a “superb” (The Telegraph), “imaginative” (Sunday Times), award-winning drama-documentary that “artfully explored” (The Mail) the life and legacy of Alan Turing, one of the 20th century’s most important figures. More than three million viewers around the world have seen the film through television, a limited U.S. theatrical release, film festivals, and more than 250 non-theatrical screenings (at venues including The British Museum, the US National Archives, and the Organization of American States). Sammon started his career as an award- winning television news reporter. Before founding Story Center Films in 2010, he served three years as President of Log Cabin Republicans, which advocates for LGBT rights in the Republican Party.