I had a busy September and October shooting stills and video for conservation clients in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. I visited a lot of new places that reminded me just how much of New England is covered in beautiful carbon-soaked forests. I also returned to one of my favorite parts of the Maine woods – The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Maine Woods Initiative (see above photo). AMC recently expanded their preserve so that it now encompasses 100,000 acres of forest adjacent to the Appalachian Trail in Maine’s 100-mile Wilderness. I’m currently finishing up the editing on some videos of the area that I shot last winter and this fall with my colleagues Ryan Smith and Joe Klementovich. Stay tuned!
Restoring streams for sea-run fish seems to be a theme for a lot of my work these days, and this fall I started shooting some new imagery for The Nature Conservancy in New Hampshire’s Ashuelot River watershed. (On a related note, you can now see the video I directed about a stream restoration project for Maine Rivers over on my Reel Quest Films website.)
Here are a bunch of photos from other recent projects. Enjoy!