The second installment of our Dirigo Adventures.com Outdoor Film Series was recently posted on the Orvis website and focused on a fishing trip with Liam Ireland to a not-so-secret spot on the Little Androscoggin.
The third installment of our DirigoAdventures.com Outdoor Film Series highlighting fly-fishing for stripers. In the Spring, striper fishing is all about catching big numbers of fish and Scarborough Marsh is the hot spot. We headed out for a perfect falling tide at Ferry Beach for a mix of fishing and filming.
To follow the adventure, go to www.DirigoAdventures.com.
This short film explores the difficulties of running a multi-generational Maine farm and the challenge of passing it on to future generations.
Gold Key, 2018 Scholastic Art Awards
This is the intro video for our DirigoAdventures.com Outdoor Film Series. Every week, we will be posting a new film highlighting the best outdoor places in Maine. For up-to-date information about the best fishing, whitewater, and kayaking spots in the Pine Tree State, go to DirigoAdventures.com.
In Maine, a day off from school means a day on for surfing. When everyone is complaining about a storm moving up the coast, surfers are hitting the water for some fun.
This short film features surfers John Lane, Ethan Humphries, Nick Hutchins, Finn McLain and Jack Sharp. The swells were over 15 ft high and the breaks were firing.
Macklemore with XPerience and Travis Thompson at the House of Blues in Boston on November 14, 2017.
A short film on sculptor Tom Pitzen, who hails from Gulfport, Florida. This film was selected as the Huey Award winner at the 2017 Maine Student Film Festival
I am proud to be a Product Ambassador for Flowfold, which makes minimalist gear for everyday adventures. No bells or whistles, just state of the art materials and quality American craftsmanship.
These photographs are from a commercial photo shoot with Waltzing Matilda, which specializes in handcrafted sandals and leather accessories. The company was started unofficially from the back of a VW van with a hammer, a knife and scrap leather.
A special thank you to owner Mike Balitsaris for the opportunity to work with him.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Dude, Bro at Maine Media’s Advanced Young Filmmakers workshop.