Host & Producer USCG-licensed Master Mariner. NAUI-certified scuba diver. Massachusetts-licensed Commercial Fisherman. Historical novelist. Travel book author. Opinion journalist. World Class story-teller. Father. Intrepid. Ambitious. Innovative. Incorrigible. Buckley is the foremost historian on the Columbia Expedition, having followed it for 15 years around the world. He founded Hit and Run History in 2008 to bring this story and others digitally t
Assistant Director Matt was born, raised and lives on Cape Cod. He received his B.A. from the University of Maine – Orono and spent the past ten years traveling extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe. In between, he’s worked as a mechanic, limo driver, and shellfisherman. Matt has taught English at his local high school and to Czechs in Prague. After a half-year holiday in Scotland researching his maternal lineage and writing, he’s moved
Production Manager With over 15 years of professional sound recording behind him, Jay looks to capture, edit, and mix most anything that he can get his hands on. Everything from live music to a great songwriter to sound effects for film. From high school musicals to his degree in production and engineering from Berklee College of Music, he's learned how to nurture and shape sound the way artists hear it. From the HRH pilot through our WGBH series,
Video, Stills and Narration A film student at Massachusetts College of Art, Kane has been on camera and the stage from an early age. He's a triple threat of acting, filming and singing — the latter of which will serve him well when faced with sea chanties aboard the tall ship Lady Washington later in our travels.Kane has served as Second Camera from Cape Cod to Cape Verde, as well as on the laborious task
Photo & Video Kyanna's an award-winning writer, editor, and multimedia producer with over a decade in public broadcasting. Her expertise, her conscientious eye to detail and her wit never fails -- even when travel arrangements fall prey to bad weather. She provided hundreds of excellent photos from the Falklands, capturing not just the stark landscapes and wildlife, but the human element of the crew's interactions.