Canadiana is a web series on the hunt for the most incredible stories in Canadian history.
Adam Bunch is a Canadian writer, editor, artist, and the creator of The Toronto Dreams Project. He writes an history column for Spacing Magazine and his articles about Canadian history have also appeared in The Huffington Post, Torontoist, and Yonge Street. In 2012, his work on The Toronto Dreams Project earned an honourable mention for the Governor General’s History Award for Community Programming; the project has been featured in a variety of publications, including The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail, and has been put on display by prestigious cultural institutions like the AGO. He's also a former columnist for the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and a former member of the Polaris Music Prize jury. His first book, The Toronto Book of the Dead, will be published by Dundurn Press in September 2017.
Kyle Cucco has been active in the television industry for the past three years, spending most of his time on the set of long-form documentary and reality series. Frequent roles include: Best Boy Grip, Key Props, Camera Assistant, Production Assistant, Set Coordinator, and Development Researcher / Writer. He holds a degree in Film Studies and English (‘10) from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Certificate in Film and Television Production (‘13) from Ryerson University in Toronto.
Ashley Brook has over seven years' experience in the film and television industries working at every stage of production, from development through to delivery. She has credits on a variety of acclaimed projects including series for Discovery Channel, National Geographic and VICE, cinematic virtual reality films, and theatrical feature docs like Anthropocene (TMN), Long Time Running: The Tragically Hip (TMN), and Tales From The Organ Trade (HBO). She is currently working as a producer and associate producer/researcher on multiple documentary and 360 VR productions in Toronto.
Josef Beeby has been working in documentary since graduating Ryerson University, on shows for History Television and Discovery Channel. He has also taken on roles as writer, director, editor and director of photography on a variety of independent documentaries, including 'I Thought I Told You To Shut Up!!' which screened at the 2015 HotDocs film festival. He is currently the Head of Post Production at Saloon Media in Toronto.