An award-winning author, filmmaker and new media consultant, Andrew Todhunter received his BA in Ancient History from UC Berkeley and later studied film production at NYU’s Graduate Department of Film and Television. He is now at work on an MFA in Creative Nonfiction at Antioch University's low-residency program in Los Angeles. He is the author of three books, including the PEN USA Literary Award-winning A Meal Observed, and dozens of articles for national publications including The Atlantic Monthly, National Geographic and The Wall Street Journal, among others. His article on cave diving in Bahamian Blue Holes will appear in the August 2010 issue of National Geographic. Todhunter teaches creative writing at workshops and conferences in Europe and the United States, and offered a course in Writing for New Media through the Communications Studies Department at SSU in the Spring of 2010. In the summer of 2010, on his next assignment for National Geographic, he is scheduled to dive on a 2,600 year old Phoenician shipwreck off the coast of Spain.