A day in the life of Brendon Shea. No matter where he goes, he always comes home to Biddeford, ME. Produced by Masumi Hayashi-Smith and Luke Streckfuss from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Barbara McAllister comes from a family of Greek immigrants in Saco, Maine and has found a way to spend her Saturdays doing something that both connects her to the people in her community and honors her rich family history. Produced by Ellen Sherwood and Laura Candler from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
A Vietnam veteran in Biddeford finds that caring for his terminally ill wife is the best cure for coping with his own PTSD. Produced by Michelle Gerster and Sydney Leonard from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Dan DuCharme is dreaming big in Biddeford. Drawing inspiration from famous biographies, he takes a leap of faith and opens a second business. Produced by Muffy Brandt, Diane Sternberg and Nadia Wilson from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Two photos taken at Tandem Glass Gallery in Dresden, Maine showing the process of glass blowing by Salt Institute for Documentary Studies student Nancy Forsell Augenblick.
Eleven of Maine's best young bands recently battled it out at the Maine Academy of Modern Music's MAMM SLAM. The musicians impressed audience members and professional music critics alike with original songs and energetic performances. The bands are competing to win the coveted MAMM SLAM champion title, $1,000, and professional marketing help. The winners of this round advance to the finals on April 28.
Interviews: Claire Jeffers & Robert Smith
Photographs: Alexander Kreher
Photographs by Nancy Forsell Augenblick of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies taken during a trip to Lubec, Maine.
Ask any resident in Portland where to buy fresh seafood and chances are you'll hear about the Harbor Fish Market. What makes this place so special? As it turns out, it's not just about the fish.
By Laura Candler
5am breakfast at Becky's Diner in Portland is just daily routine for some; for others it's so much more.
By Nadia Wilson
Nancy Forsell Augenblick captures an image of a sea urchin in South Addison, Maine on March 20 — the last day of sea urchin collecting for the 2012 season.