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Back in 2008, a group of guys formed Struttinbuck (SB). Along the way, team members were added, animal harvests were filmed using an artist eye, and a heritage of the outdoors was formulated. The local television show gained unprecedented momentum, specifically in their home state of Arkansas. Fan support is the driving force for their evolution. SB creatively captures each hunt, providing their viewers with an in-depth, “right there with you” feel. The crew takes pride in their “do-it-yourself” hunts generated from privately owned, leased or state properties. In 2012, Struttinbuck started airing its episodes on the Pursuit Channel. Heath Graham, Brandon Hunt and Matt Cowell are trifecta effect regarding the television show’s visionary, media production and marketing outcomes. All three are avid hunters with down-home personalities. Graham’s is owner and operator of The Southface Media Group, Inc., the company responsible for producing SB, which show cases his creative gifts. Hunt is known for capturing intriguing imagery and compliments Graham on the management side. Cowell oversees the all marketing/public relations aspects and contributes an edgy style in his works. The group attributes a large portion of their success to creating partnerships with companies whom enjoy working closely to keep the outdoor industry informed, inspired, competitive and comfortable.
Air Timesest
Wednesdays at 2:00 PM
Thursdays at 8:00 PM
Saturdays at 10:30 AM
Sundays at 6:30 AM

Matt Cowell
Operating at high intervals, much like high-speed internet, is Matt’s M.O. Whether he’s cultivating marketing strategies, discussing negotiations or building partner relationship for SB — this guy’s mind is always churning. If you’ve meet him, it’s hard to believe he can sit still long enough to hunt. But you get him into a tree stand or ground blind and he’s truly in his element. Matt is all about “Living the Dream.” Raising a family, working hard and playing hard (in the outdoors), while appreciating the little things are definitive of Matt. At an early age, Matt’s dad exposed him to the world of hunting. It made a long-lasting impression that shaped him into who he has become, an enthusiast of the outdoors.
Brandon Hunt
Cinematic angles, structure and frame composition are all talents that come naturally to Brandon, when he is behind the camera, producing “silver screen-like” imagery. He applies this same zoned focus during his quests for harvesting game. For Brandon, it is all about the methodical challenge. He repeatedly strives for greatness and accuracy when it comes to hunting and filming. These characteristics make him the “total package” and his contributions to Struttinbucks are second to none.
Heath Graham
Outside of faith and family, there is nothing in the world that Heath enjoys doing more than production in association with the outdoors. His opinion of the outdoor industry, as a whole, is that it has grown stale. Heath feels there isn’t much originality, to speak of anymore (with exceptions to a few incredible shows out there).  His intent is to play a small role in helping spark a changing trend within the industry through excellence in everything SB is associated with. His passion for quality, in production, is what facilitates the SB movement across television screens around the country.  On top of that he’s an avid outdoorsman, who loves to chase wild game, with a stick and string.