Meet the Staff

  • Amy Harding

    Production Manager

    Amy Harding has 15 years of experience in media production. She grew up in Kansas, where she got her start at a local public access television station. She has since worked and volunteered for other stations across the country. She attended The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington where she received her B.A. in Film & Media Studies. She’s had the opportunity to cover high profile events that featured Governor Charlie Baker, Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty, and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. She previously worked as an Audiovisual Equipment Technician for Quinsigamond Community College, where she covered several college events and helped oversee productions. She also helped crew the 2018 Natick versus Framingham High School Thanksgiving football game at Fenway Park. 

  • Brendan Fitzpatrick

    News Supervisor

    A graduate of the University of Massachusetts’ journalism program, Brendan joined AFTV as News Supervisor in July 2023. He worked as a reporter on Cape Cod for four years prior to joining the team, writing and recording news radio broadcasts to be aired across the Cape and Islands region. He also participated as a broadcaster and producer at WMUA, UMass’ student radio station, during his tenure in Amherst.

  • Jason Daniels

    Executive Director

    Jason is a multi media project manager, video artists and community builder with 20 years of experience in community media. Before coming to AFTV he was the Executive Director of Easton Community Access Television (ECAT) where in 2010 he began building the organization from the ground up into a 4 channel station with 24/7 streaming and hundreds of events covered annually. He partnered with the community to create a valued and trusted organization. Jason implemented a leading edge web platform, developed a high school sports streaming network and he served as a Board Member for the Northeast region of the Alliance for Community Media. He has also managed public access operations in Medfield and Lowell and he is the founder and producer of an International 100-Second Film Festival since 2005. He can be reached at

  • Mackenzie Wright

    Video Editor Producer

    Mackenzie is a videographer, editor, and producer at Access Framingham. Mackenzie grew up in Medina, New York, a small town tucked away in the farmland between Buffalo and Rochester. Prior to her time at Access Framingham, she was a photojournalist and editor for a local news station in Buffalo- Channel 4 News, WIVB-TV. Within the first few years of her career, Mackenzie covered a number of significant breaking news stories, recognized at both a local and national level (from the global pandemic, to the devastating mass shooting at the Tops on Jefferson Avenue in Buffalo). Her studies include a degree in Digital Media from Niagara County Community College, and a Bachelors in Film and Television from Boston University. Mackenzie has always been passionate about working with cameras, among the many other essential tools of her trade, and strives to make a positive impact with her craft.

  • Michael Z. Goodman

    Education Access Manager

    Michael Z. Goodman started his TV career with degrees from Emerson College and Springfield Technical. He comes to Access Framingham after a 16 year stint with Tribune Television as Regional Director of Engineering for the Pacific Northwest and 3 years teaching TV production at Emerson College.