Bruce A. Percelay
Bruce A. Percelay is chairman and publisher of N Magazine. Percelay has extensive experience in the advertising and marketing industry as a former advertising executive in Boston responsible for the promotion of national brands including Parker Brothers Games, Ked’s Sneakers, and A&W Root Beer. Percelay is also a published author and a frequent contributor to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald and other regional newspapers. Off Nantucket, Mr. Percelay is chairman and founder of the Mount Vernon Company and ranks among the top private apartment owners in eastern Massachusetts. The company has won virtually every local and national award for the quality of its service and it was named the best landlord in Boston by Boston Magazine.
Robert Cocuzzo first came to Nantucket the summer of his freshmen year at Holy Cross to work as a fishing guide. After three summers as a first mate, Cocuzzo became an US Coast Guard certified captain and guided his own fishing trips on the shallow water flats around Tuckernuck and in the deeper waters off the island’s South Shore. Cocuzzo got his start at N Magazine as a freelance writer in 2010 and has been with the publication ever since. Away from Nantucket, Cocuzzo has written for such publications as Departures and Boston Common, and is presently working on his first book.
Managing Editor, Web Editor, Ad Sales
Emme Duncan first set foot on Nantucket in 2013 and instantly fell in love with the island and its undeniable energy. A graduate of Bowdoin College, Duncan comes to N Magazine with a diverse background ranging from government to education to non-profit, always with an eye toward communications and audience development. In her role as Managing + Web Editor, Duncan loves curating a space for N readers to connect with everything that’s happening on Nantucket, regardless of whether they are on island or living vicariously through N’s many online channels. When not behind her computer, she can be found taking advantage of Nantucket’s incredible natural environment, enjoying a good book and watching independent films.
Paulette Chevalier loves nothing more than her time on the island and her position as Art Director for Nantucket Magazine. Having attended St. Anslem College and Mass College of Art, Chevalier has worked at many advertising agencies, including Hill Holliday, Arnold, and Digitas. Paulette lives in Charlestown, but loves the opportunity to immerse herself in island life whenever possible. With an eye for all things beautiful, she feels there’s no better place to draw inspiration from. She looks forward to spending more time on this amazing island, working and playing.
For more than twenty-five years, Kit Noble’s striking images have graced dozens of magazine covers, annual reports, brochures, print ads and websites. Fortune 500 companies and local businesses have turned to Noble for his unique and dynamic style, providing powerful and lasting images. After photographing in Fairfield County and New York City for two decades, Kit washed ashore on Nantucket in 2009 to pursue a lifelong dream of filmmaking. He has since shot and directed four films and several commercials. Noble continues to pursue portrait, architecture, and landscape photography, and has served as Chief Photographer at N Magazine for four seasons.
Living and working on Nantucket, Brian Sager takes an aggressive approach towards life and capturing the world around him. He believes there is something special about every person and place, and displaying those unique elements in such a way so he can share his awe and inspiration is a defining goal of his photography. When shooting weddings or other events he does his best to position himself in the right place at the right time, poised to capture moments of natural beauty as they display themselves candidly. Sager is currently the N Magazine staff photographer, Associate Photographer with Zofia & Co. and the staff photographer for Nantucket's formal Tuesday Night Bocce League.
Director of Advertising
Fifi Greenberg started coming to Nantucket as a child in the summer from her home in the Main Line of Pennsylvania. After graduating from The Wharton School and working in the film business in Hollywood, she moved permanently to the island working as a bartender and wine sales rep. She helped launch the initial website which eventually turned into N Magazine and has been with company ever since.