Ron McCrea is a prize-winning journalist and former Alicia Patterson Fellow who worked on the news desks of "New York Newsday," the "San Jose Mercury News," the "Washington Post," the "Washington Star," the "Boston Globe," and the "Capital Times" in Madison, Wisconsin, where he served for a decade as city editor. He appears in the E! Entertainment Network’s documentary "Mysteries and Scandals: Frank Lloyd Wright" and the BBC’s "Frank Lloyd Wright: Murder, Myth and Modernism," and wrote the script for “The Making of Monona Terrace: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Public Building,” a finalist at the New York Film Festival. He serves on the board of directors of AIA Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Society of Architects, as a professional affiliate member, and was the communications director for Wisconsin governor Tony Earl. He holds degrees from Albion College and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and lives in Madison, Wisconsin.