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About The Staff


Carol Fisk started her television career with the BBC in the UK. She
joined Georgia Public Broadcasting in 1985 as a producer/ reporter and
became an Executive Producer in 1994. Several of her programs have won
awards and/or been distributed nationally. Among her credits are the
ever-popular Okefenokee Joe programs, The Joy of Snakes and Swampwise,
and the Georgia Legacy documentaries, Peachtree Street: Take Another
Look, Georgia's Civil War and The Fabulous Fox. In addition to creating
documentaries, Fisk produces current affairs specials such Final
Choices, which explored end-of-life issues in Georgia, and the public
affairs series, Georgia Weekly and Conversations.


John Matheos studied film and television at Fullsail in Orlando and
won a Lawmakers internship in 2000. In 2001, he joined the GPB staff as
a Production Assistant and began to develop his editing and videography
skills. Matheos was promoted to Videographer/ Editor in 2004. More
Georgia Backroads is his first documentary project and he is very proud
of his work. Matheos' handiwork can also be seen on the Georgia Weekly
set, which he designed and constructed.


Shane Keating has been a photographer and editor for more than
eighteen years and has worked for Georgia Public Broadcasting for five
years. His work can be seen on several GPB original productions such as
Georgia Business Report, Georgia Week in Review, Lawmakers, Georgia
Outdoors and documentaries such as Georgia's Civil War and the High
Museum series.


Frank Loose is a freelance Director/Cameraman who shares GPB¹s goal
of telling good stories about the natural and human history of Georgia.
He has contributed to past projects, including Peachtree Street: Take
Another Look, Georgia¹s Civil War, and episodes of Georgia Outdoors. He
was also the producer of the documentaries The Secret Seashore, and
Roots of Grace: The History of Midway Church and Society.