The magnificent seven and I pose for our Christmas card photo in Willow, Alaska. Top:Pearl, Maggie, Rosie, Chena and Spirit. Seated: Fritter and Nahanni. (photo credit: ©2017HuskyProductions/Teresa Firmin-Lindner)

The magnificent seven and I pose for our Christmas card photo in Willow, Alaska. Top:Pearl, Maggie, Rosie, Chena and Spirit. Seated: Fritter and Nahanni. (photo credit: ©2017HuskyProductions/Teresa Firmin-Lindner)

Welcome to Husky Productions!!

My name is Donna Quante.

I am the sole owner of Husky Productions. Since 1972 I have been employed in the network TV industry, mostly as a camera operator, but  have done most TV jobs including producing and directing. I have numerous Emmy nominations, taking home the National Award three times for Benson, Golden Girls and the 1984 Summer Olympics in LA. I was also part of the camera crew for two local Emmys for coverage of Orioles baseball on Home Team Sports.

My career started at Maryland Public Television, moved to freelance in the Baltimore area, moved to Los Angeles for 8 years at ABC-TV, and then back to Baltimore for 20 years of freelance traveling to NY City to work on sitcoms. It was then I established the Husky Productions name to file my income taxes. In 2006, I moved to Alaska to pursue a dream of running my own dog team and making movies of others who race in long distance events. Those movies can be found on this website on the STORE page under dvds.  In 2014, I came back to the East Coast to continue freelance camera operation.

My primary interest has always been still photography and is what got me into TV in the first place. My photos have appeared on many websites, in books, magazines about mushing and in movies and on a couple of sitcoms as background photos. I had my first still photo show at the Hauser Winery in Gettysburg in November 2015 and sold many canvas prints. That spurred me on to bring these photos to more people. Look around the site. More pages and more information is coming soon. All images are available for sale in various ways. Don't hesitate to ask any questions.

I hope you enjoy my view of the world around us.