2015 Reel

Our 2015 Reel is finally finished. Have a look at some our work from the past few years, including our much-lauded Farm, our pieces for the Portland Food Coop, Maine Women’s Fund, Whole Foods, and many others.

March to End Violence

We were honored to take part in a March to End Violence in Portland on December 7th, 2014. The march was organized by the NAACP amongst others. This is a small record of the day (filmed on our exciting new Sony FS7).

Wild Horses

A short clip from a shoot for an upcoming doc we worked on called Searching for Home. Couldn’t resist putting a little music accompaniment (© Drover by Bill Callahan)


Maine Women’s Fund

We just finished a piece for the Maine Women’s Fund, a public foundation, creating lasting change by investing in the power of women and the dreams of girls. The piece was created using available photos and new footage from the organization’s annual luncheon.

Zootility Tools

video production portland maine

We’re excited to have finished a piece for an upcoming new tool by Zootility Tools. We can’t tell you what it is, but it’s a really cool device and we’re looking forward to sharing the video with you soon!

The Buzz of Bees

The buzz of bees in summer. A slo-mo iPhone whimsy…

Plannerzone Summer 2014




We’ve been busy working with Plannerzone on another compelling piece about Multiple Sclerosis. Very moving to hear stories from folks who have battled the disease. Also nice to reconnect with old friends.

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp

Sierra Nevada

We had a great time shooting some footage for a larger piece about Sierra Nevada’s roving bus of beer campers. Good times at our old haunt of Thompson’s Point in Portland, ME.

Whole Foods roadtrip


If you’re looking for True Life Media in May, you’ll likely find us doing some short doc pieces for Whole Foods at various stores around the country. We’re excited to work with such a cool company and look forward to trying indigenous samples everywhere!


We were excited to shoot this piece to promote the launch of a new website and movement to end political corruption called MayOne. The movement is spearheaded by Harvard Law professor Larry Lessig. We met Mr. Lessig during his march across NH to end corruption in February. TLM collaborator Cameron Hickey produced this film about the march for Bill Moyers. It was a treat to be a part of all this and we look forward to seeing MayOne reach its funding goals!