Flyway of Life (2025)
Join Tomas Koeck as he explores several different aquatic ecological goldmines scattered throughout the Atlantic Flyway, "the flyway of life."
This multimedia project will present an ecological overview of the Atlantic Flyway (Eastern American migration path), focusing on several species and describing the flyway’s affect on environments and vice versa (such as looking into apex predators such as bear and even sharks). The film will also explore the positive and negative human interactions involved.
Over the next two years, the following will be produced:
• A host-driven documentary feature showcasing several different species of terrestrial and marine life as well as the organizations that work to protect them.
• A STEM presentation at the Discovery Museum showcasing the photographs and media for the disadvantaged children of the tristate area.
Unnamed documentary will be a wildlife behavioral driven film showcasing the spectacular nature and conservation movements throughout the often overlooked region. The goal of this project is to explore conservation issues that are present such as urbanization and overfishing, as well as looking into conservational success stories and ongoing movements (such as the “Pollinator Pathway” and institutions such as the Atlantic Shark Institute and Boreal Conservation).
bird species use the
of plants, fish, insects, and animals
utilize and interact with the flyway
© Dr. Josh Moyer – Atlantic Shark Institute
In collaboration with
Meet The Team
Gerald Reid PhD
Lisa Gualtieri Alford
Capt. Noel Voroba
Director, Producer, Head of Photography, Cinematographer, Editor, Writer, Still Photography
Cinematographer, Technician Animation
Atlantic Shark Institute
Marine Ecosystem Consultant