Kimberli Faulkner Hull
Kimberli Hull is a genealogist, photographer, and publisher of CoolAdventures.com.
Kimberli worked for two decades in marketing roles, including serving as a marketing executive at a billion-dollar loyalty and marketing company.
Greg K. Hull
Greg Hull is a photographer for CoolAdventures.com.
Greg had a 26-year corporate career with a major telecommunications company, working in technology and management roles throughout the midwest.
In 2008, Kimberli formed Chasing Light Media, a photography and consulting business. Greg joined the business as a partner in 2011, and from 2011-2015, the couple spent 100+ days per year on the road as sports and travel photographers, and, from 2016-2018, lived on the road full time as digital nomads, moving to a new country each month or two.
Kimberli and Greg have visited over 50 countries and lived in eight. They returned to the U.S. in 2018, moving to Boston near Fenway Park. In 2019, Kim completed the genealogical research certificate program at Boston University and now works as a consultant and genealogist.
Kimberli and Greg currently make their home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The couple are members of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the Ohio Genealogical Society, and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Kimberli is a member of the National Genealogical Society.
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CoolAdventures.com contains descriptions of our travels and adventures.
Some of the activities and adventures described on this website can be dangerous or life threatening. All information on this website is intended for entertainment purposes only. Outdoor activities and sports are hazardous and people die every year doing these activities. We accept no responsibility for anything you choose to do.
If you participate in any of these or other activities, we strongly suggest you research the activity and current conditions, hire a guide or expert to accompany you, go prepared, use caution and don’t do anything past your abilities and physical condition.
The experiences described are as we found them during our time at the location. Every hour of every day brings changes and your experiences may differ. Reviews of gear, hotels and restaurants and other forms of entertainment are purely our opinion. Yours may vary.
While we encourage everyone to enjoy life, we in no way advocate acting irresponsibly in any way, at any time.