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.
After spending the day filming and interviewing the designers, builders, and office staff at Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders we’ve finally put the finishing touches on an “about” piece for the firm. We couldn’t be more pleased with how everything came together.
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The REFLECT Project took silver in both the portrait and fine art categories. You can see the gallery here.
It’s always great to see our work in the NY Times, we even got the lead image.
One of our recent video productions for Down East Magazine. We had shot this while on location shooting still images for the next issue due out soon…and I have to say, Seguin Island is one of the most enchanting islands I have ever been to.
Gabriel Sutton is a furniture maker based in Biddeford Maine. This video is from an afternoon spent in his shop observing his craft.
Our latest video filmed right here in Biddeford. Enjoy!
If you have 5 minutes head over to Modernize.com and check out the write up they did on us, we answer all the burning questions.