I search for truth.
Job Filmmaker / True Life Media
Lives In Munjoy Hill
I moved from Philadelphia. Before that I'd been in New York for 10 years. I have been shooting and producing documentary work both for pleasure and profit for over 18 years. I produce branded documentary video content for corporations, agencies, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations as welll as short and long-form documentary films. I returned to my roots in New England to enjoy real people and air.
Why did you choose Portland? I wanted palpable change. I'm from Newburyport, MA and I liked knowing people on the street and being able to say hello. I wanted to be around more creatives.
Who are Portlanders you admire and why? I admire Ned from Noyes Storage. I had to move all my stuff in and out of there in a hurry and Ned was a genuinely great and friendly guy. I appreciate his gift for gab.
What do you like to do with out-of-towners? Thus far a trip to the Farmer's market (when it's outside) and Holy Donut has been a pretty popular option. Other than that, a walk on Mackworth seems like a good pursuit.
What's the most surprising thing about this city? How crazy nice it is. The first week I was here a woman in the parking garage attached to TD Bank on Congress thanked me for my smile as I was exiting the lot. Who does that? Amazing.
What's the most under-appreciated place or thing in town? Kim's Bahn-Mi sandwiches.
Describe your perfect night—and the following morning—in Portland. Walking on a moonlit night along the narrow gauge train tracks is pretty nice.
I collaborate with students, staff, faculty, and the community to make and keep USM environmentally sustainable
I use my twin identity as an artist and writer to create work for commercial and editorial clients.
Working with buyers and sellers helping them to successfully achieve their MAINE real estate goals.