Keystone at the Maine Outdoor Film Festival

Keystone: Voices for the Little Fish screens at the Maine Outdoor Film Festival on July 28th

Last year, under my EcoPhotography moniker, Ryan and I shot a short film about the residents of Gardiner, Maine working to restore fish passage for alewives on their local tributary of the Kennebec River, Cobbosssee Stream. The film will be making its fourth festival appearance this month in Portland, Maine at the Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF) on July 28th. In addition to the screening, I will be part of a panel discussion at 6:00 on Friday, July 29th, titled Climate Change Storytelling: Anadromous Fish. Stream restoration for anadromous fish is actually more exciting than it sounds (we’re actually putting the finishing touches on a sequel of sorts – stay tuned!)

Here’s the trailer for Keystone:

Here’s a link to a blog post I wrote last year during the post-production phase of the film: Video Preview: Restoring Fish Passage Around Dams in Maine | (

I hope to see you in Portland!