The Atlantic Flyway is the stream of life that balances ecosystems throughout the entire eastern side of North America. Without it, life would cease to maintain its balance and productive ecosystems would grind to a halt. Join explorer Tomas Koeck as he examines several unlikely relationships along this massive migratory chain that stems from South America and arcs out as far as Alaska.
This project will be a full-length documentary feature focusing on this Flyway but also encompassing many conservation movements led by pioneering individuals from esteemed scientists to inspiring indigenous leaders. Project is supported, produced and sponsored by Sacred Heart University.
We've gathered a hard working team of academics, industry leaders, and students in order to produce an impactful, resonating product that all can be proud of.
Director, Writer, Director of Photography
A two time SPJ Excellence in Journalism award winner and Canon USA backed photographer, Tomas Koeck is a conservationist, photographer, and filmmaker. Tomas's work has found its way into PBS Nature, the National Audubon Society, ESPN, Tamron Optics, and others. As a producer and filmmaker, Tomas strives in uniting individuals, corporations and non-profits to work for a common goal.
James Castonguay PhD
A founding Director of the School of Communication and Media Arts at Sacred Heart University, Jim has been interviewed, quoted or had his research mentioned in the New Yorker, Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, Quill, the Boston Herald, the St. Petersburg Times, the Reuters news services, as well as, WNPR, CNN, Fox News, the BBC and the floor of Congress.
TC Schultz recently served as Sony Pictures Executive Vice President, Networks Programming, Operations and Strategy. Formerly, TC was EVP and Managing Director of Sony Pictures Television Latin America with oversight of Networks, Distribution and Production businesses. In addition, he served as a Board member on HBO Latin America, Internet Media Services (IMS), Television Association of Programmers (TAP), and Latin American Media Advertising Council (LAMAC).
Assistant Camera, Production Technician
An experienced videographer, Eric has worked on projects ranging from natural history documentary to corporate and non-profit PR and advertising. His assignments have taken him to a variety of different locations, from videoing white sharks off of Guadalupe, Mexico, to photographing landscapes in Dingle, Ireland.
Skilled in media production and animation, Emily has worked on several award winning natural history projects. She is also experienced with corporate production, working with companies such as Lowe's. Her work has been screened in theaters as part of documentaries throughout the US.