Video
TREE: Transforming Rural Experience in Education

TREE is a collaborative educational initiative in rural Maine to create emotionally and socially supportive learning environments where all children, especially those suffering poverty-induced trauma, can learn and thrive.

Video collaboration with Jane Page from Sustainametrix.

Web Design
Cobscook Community Learning Center

The Cobscook Community Learning Center (CCLC) is a non-profit in Trescott, ME. The website redesign included: updating to a modern, fluid design; a new logo and branding; more efficient layout; and new multimedia, including large image and video banners to engage viewers.

Promotional Video
Cobscook Experiential Program

This was a video project for the Cobscook Experiential Program, an experiential option for Washington County high school students located at the CCLC in Trescott, ME.

Photography
Cobscook '14 - '16

The Cobscook Experiential Program is an experience-based program for high school students at the CCLC in Trescott, ME. I attended my Junior and Senior years there, and documented everyday projects and expeditions along the way. Below are a few samples from the collection.

Promotional Video
Machias River Wigwams Program

The Machias River Wigwams Program is a two week summer experience for teens interested in outdoor careers. Teens are part of a co-ed youth crew, camping out at the Wigwams Rapid on the Machias River and working with professionals doing trail work and salmon habitat restoration.

Photography
Machias River Wigwams Program 2016

The Machias River Wigwams Program is a two week summer experience for teens interested in outdoor careers. Teens are part of a co-ed youth crew, camping out at the Wigwams Rapid on the Machias River and working with professionals doing trail work and salmon habitat restoration.

Multimedia
Centerpiece Display for the CCLC

This was a mixed-media promotional display created for the Cobscook Community Learning Center. It was created using clay slabs, with sgraffito on each panel showing the four seasons. The displays are controlled with a Raspberry Pi, and loop videos and slideshows about the CCLC. Artwork was a collaboration with Mandy Skinner from the CCLC.

Video
Made in Maine: Jim Kovaleskie, Farmer

Made in Maine is an ongoing video series showcasing the unique stories of small businesses, artists and entrepreneurs in Downeast Maine. 

Graphic Design
CCLC Style Guide

The CCLC Style Guide was developed to help the organization maintain consistent branding and messaging, while allowing different staff and board members to create content. The guide includes guidelines for logos, colors, and fonts, as well as editorial standards.