View a narrated slideshow of our time snapping pictures — and hear his thoughts on his discovery, how it has evolved, and his own love of photography.
My podcast interviews with Bowdoin College faculty were among the first selected by iTunesU to establish their site.
Listen to my podcast interview with Psychology Professor Samuel Putnam discussing his groundbreaking research on on toddler temperament, personality development, and parenting styles. I also placed Prof. Putnam and his research in a major feature in Newsweek Magazine. Read Newsweek article.
Listen to my podcast interview with leading neuroscientist Patsy Dickinson who has championed the study of neurons in lobsters, specifically, those involved in its stomatagastric system. It is a relatively simple nervous system that is helping scientists understand more about motor patterns in humans, such as respiration and locomotion.
Under my guidance, Bowdoin College’s academic web stories were among the first to include video-embeds.
What Makes a Goldfish Feel Sexy? An undergraduate student in Richmond Thompson’s neuroscience lab goes behind the scenes in pioneering research on hormone steroids in goldfish.
Bowdoin oceanographer Collin Roeseler uses satellites and research buoys to gather data on red tides around the globe.
Angus King and Leadership: Students in former Governor and now-Senator Angus King’s class on Leadership share their personal ideas of what makes a good leader.
A Bowdoin College student and professor dig through shell middens to uncover Native American artifacts 2,000 years old.
I developed a weekly series of minute-long videos that captured found moments on campus—students slack-lining in the Quad, a student researching meteors, freshman at a lobster feed. A great tool for connecting with alumni and parents.
Listen to my Jackpot Jack radio spot for Maine State Lottery.
Listen to Lucky Spot radio spot for Maine State Lottery.
Listen to radio spot for L.L. Bean retail stores.