Peter Vronsky is an investigative historian, author, filmmaker and new media artist. He holds a Ph.D. in the history of espionage in international relations and criminal justice history from the University of Toronto. He was born in Canada and has been shooting and producing investigative documentaries and independent films since 1975. He is the author of a true-crime history bestseller, 'Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters' and two additional books on the topic.
He worked extensively in Europe, the former Soviet Union, Middle East, South Africa and in Canada and USA producing and directing numerous cutting-edge investigative documentary television specials on subjects ranging from early punk rock and flashback syndrome in Vietnam war veterans to organized crime and nuclear materials smuggling in the breakaway regions of the former Soviet Union. Peter Vronsky is the creator of a body of formal video artworks exhibited in the 1980s internationally, a former Sony Corporation Artist-in-Residence, and a cited historian of Lee Harvey Oswald's journey to the USSR in 1959-1962.