I am a photographer and filmmaker in Downeast Maine. I grew up in Brunswick, and I’m a thirteenth generation Mainer. In 2012 I lived on Matinicus Island for a year, a 2-square mile island 20 miles off the coast of Rockland.
My current work is in Washington County, and many of my recent projects are for the Cobscook Community Learning Center in Trescott, where I'm serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA. I participated in the Cobscook Experiential Program for two years there, and photographed and filmed everyday activities and expeditions. I'm also currently working on a video series called Made in Maine, showcasing the unique stories of small businesses, artists and entrepreneurs in Downeast Maine.
I started Dylan Pardue Media in 2016 to offer affordable and professional video services to organizations and small businesses in Maine.
I've worked with several organizations and individuals in Washington County over the last five years on projects ranging from promotional and documentary films, to documenting events and backcountry trips through film and photography.
Portrait by Ellen Harasimowicz