Lee is a veteran TV producer with over 25 years of experience. He was honored with a 2007 Daytime Emmy Award for the A&E documentary A Question of Life or Meth. He also received an Emmy Award for his coverage of the New York theater scene in Live from Broadway with Pat Collins.
He has a wide range of lifestyle credits which include mega-popular marquee hits such as Trading Spaces and Entertainment Tonight, as well as niche programs including the culinary delight Reservations Required with Jacqui Malouf, the picture perfect home design show UltraSpace, and the show that became must-see TV for everyone fashionable, Behind the Label.
During his tenure at The History Channel, he developed and produced a wide range of historical hits including the widely acclaimed Behind the Scenes: Flags of Our Fathers with Clint Eastwood and the award winning History’s Business.
Kristin O'Brassill-Kulfan, PhD
Academic Advisor/History Scholar
Kristin is a public historian whose work examines links between class, labor status, race, crime, and punishment in the nineteenth century United States and the presentation of challenging histories to the twenty-first century public.
She specializes in research-oriented archival methodologies, the construction of constituent-based narratives in public forums, and the inclusion of social history themes in bidirectional public history projects.
In her role as Advisor and Scholar to the Drive By History team, she provides behind-the-scenes guidance and insight into topical narratives, and helps bring to light niche histories that are both relevant and previously under-represented.
Matt graduated from Seton Hall University with a BA in Communication and The Arts. During pursuit of his degree, he discovered his passion for film and television.
As a storyteller, Matt has written, produced, and directed several award-winning short films. Since his graduation, has also worked with companies such as Viacom, ABC, and Netflix.