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Homeless in Vacationland

Homeless in Vacationland – Trailer

We are are very excited to share the trailer for Homeless in Vacationland, a documentary film exploring homelessness in Maine. The aim of the film is to bring awareness to the problem of homelessness, it’s causes and shed some light on the potential means by which we can help those affected. We will be wrapping up shooting footage and interviews this summer and working on post production / editing this winter. If you would like to help in any way, or if you have a story or experience to share, or if you are in a position of government power or community leadership and would like to help, please contact us as soon as possible. We would also love to have a respectful sit down interview with Governor Paul LePage to add his voice regarding his personal experience with homelessness and his view on how to best move forward in helping reduce the number of people effected by homelessness in Maine.

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Trafford – CD Photo Shoot

Trafford – CD Photo Shoot

We love shooting portraits, so when Chris Trafford asked us if we wanted to shoot the imagery for his new album we were totally on board.   We’ve worked with Chris in the past on a few aerial projects but this was the first time he was in front of the camera.  This guys is chalk full of ideas and concepts and had a pretty clear vision for exactly the type of cover he wanted to create.   The concept for the cover was based around the lyrics of the song (and album title) “Rebel For Hire” which can be heard here.  Pick up a copy at Bull Moose or on iTunes, its good stuff!!

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Architecture in Motion – Spurwink Retreat

Architecture in Motion – Spurwink Retreat

We are really pumped to finally lift the veil off a project that has been in the works for over two years now.  Architecture in Motion is a documentary video that explores a recently completed oceanfront retreat in Scarborough, ME.  After many months of planning and scouting, we spent two days shooting stills and framing up all the compositions that were decided upon in scouting.  We followed up each still composition with a video sequence so we could seamlessly match the two in post production.  Because this project had such a unique setting we also captured aerial footage to help give a sense of scale and location that wouldn’t have been possible if only filming from the ground.  We hope you enjoy!!

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