Keyround: a better key ring

We were psyched to produce  new video work for Portland, Maine- based company Zootility Tools on a new campaign for their take on the key ring, called Keyround. It’s a really well-crafted, no-fuss key ring. We’re always psyched to take a walk through their shop to check out what’s on tap next- and there’s some really cool stuff.



The Old Lady and the Piano

Last year we did some coverage of the Home/Resilience installation at the Augusta Colonial Theater. In digging through the footage we forgot about this gem of Joyce Fessenden. Joyce is a sweet pianist seen here playing some welcoming tunes in the gorgeous Colonial lobby. She used to play piano at the St. Mark’s Home for Women, the focus of Home/Resilience. Ain’t she sweet?

True/False Film Fest

True/FalseIt’s been awhile since we added to the blog, but we’re back! Just got back from an amazing trip down to Columbia, Missouri to see the True/False Film Festival. It was an amazing melange of film, music, food, and merriment. We didn’t screen this year, but we hope to return with a film at some point soon. If you haven’t been, we highly recommend the event.

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

Big Sky Documentary Film FestivalWe are so excited to screen our film, Diver (made in conjunction with Caroline Losneck), at the esteemed Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Montana. This is a great venue for nonfiction films and we are honored to be a part of it. If you haven’t seen Diver yet, you can watch the shorter version, Diving for Scallops, which was a NYTimes Op doc in August,2015.

Larry Lessig: The Democrats Have Changed the Rules

Larry Lessig has been working tirelessly to be included in the Democratic debates for the 2016 Presidential election. We did this short piece to help tell the story of why he has to suspend his campaign. Here’s to hoping they change the rules again to allow him to speak.

Newsshooter Blog

Dan Chung from just posted a really nice blog post about our film, Diving for Scallops. Check it out here.

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Film Festival Weekend

We had a great time screening our film, Diver (co-produced w/ Caroline Losneck) at both the Camden International Film Festival as well as the Newburyport Film Festival this weekend. Some interesting Q&A and an opportunity to see some great work by a number of other super talented filmmakers. Some great sessions at CIFF’s Points North where we were able to hear from industry forces like Andrea Meditch, David Teague, and Alex Gibney. We were also lucky enough to have our underwater cinematographer Heeth Grantham on hand as well as our subject, James Sewell. (some of the Q&A and post Q&A photos from CIFF are courtesy of the talented Alexandra Morrow)

Diving for Scallops- NY Times OP DOC

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We’re elated to share a new piece we produced with artist, filmmaker, and radio documentarian, Caroline Losneck (@CarolineLosneck) the NYTimes Op-Docs series, called Diving For Scallops. Underwater footage was filmed by Portland, Maine underwater specialist and all-around talent, Heeth Grantham. It’s been a long process, but it’s been worth it. A longer version will playing a number of film festivals this fall.

New short film (Coming Soon)

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A new nautically-themed short film created and produced with longtime collaborator, Caroline Losneck (@carolinelosneck) is coming soon. We’re very excited. Looking forward to sharing in the coming months.

Kristin Chenoweth at Sardi’s NYC

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We had the opportunity to do a quick shoot with the lovely and talented Kristin Chenoweth at the famous Sardi’s in NYC on Tuesday. As part of Mother’s Day appreciation, Good Morning America just did a piece on the book, A Letter to My Mom. Check it out here.