By day David Harnois is a customer service rep at Copyworks. His re-acquaintance with Sherlock Holmes began with the first Sherlock Holmes film in 2009, followed by the BBC series soon after, and the classic Granada series starring Jeremy Brett. It came to fruition when he was able to play the famed detective during a production of “Sherlock Holmes & The Case of the Jersey Lily”. From there he was hooked, and the idea for this project was born, because some part of him couldn’t let Holmes go.
Caitlin Hurban is a graduate from the University of Iowa with degrees in Theater, Cinema, and Psychology. She is excited to take on the role of producer for I Am Lost Without My Boswell because of her intense love of scheduling and keeping track of things. She is grateful to have had a chance to be a part of this awesome project.
Margot has a degree in Graphic Technologies from the University of Northern Iowa and designed our main logo. She is the farthest flung member of the team, currently residing in California with her small zoo of rescue animals.
Jens Petersen currently plays Dr. John Watson in the “I Am Lost Without My Boswell” audio dramas. A Theatre graduate from the University of Northern Iowa, voice acting has always been a dream of his. Current additional work includes volunteering at a local community theatre and writing angry letters to the editor. He is thankful for his husband Mike for all the support he gives and his dog Amy, who really isn’t as hilariously fat as she looks.
Nikki fell in love with Sherlock Holmes when a copy of Adventures was purchased along with a stack of other classics. Only one made an impression. Today, the University of Iowa graduate manages the News Production Department of a local tv station to support her Sherlockiana habit.
She lives with her husband Karl, a dog named Scarlett, and two cats, Mycroft and Arthur. After years of designing graphics for television, she’s thrilled to join the “I Am Lost Without My Boswell” team.
“It is better to learn wisdom late than never to learn it at all.” – The Man with the Twisted Lip