Multi-Media Content Creation

Heather Holloway

Producer / Shooter / Editor

DORIS A New Beginning

  Over a year ago I encountered the story of DORIS (Ex Vayu, Huntress, Astarte) a Herreshoff Mfg Co built giant yacht crumbling to moss and earth in the back corner of a boatyard.  I fell in love with the boat, […]

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A Dying Breed: Capt’n Julie Eaton (VIDEO)

As corporate vertical integration swallows the fishing industry, Lobstermen are experiencing the loss of their livelihood and heritage to sky-rocketing business costs and forced regulation favoring buyers and distributers, but by unionizing, can the Lobstermen of Maine save their way […]

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Kids have a place in this world

Remember the days when you would run outdoors… outside catching fireflies, fishing in ponds, or riding your bike? Where did those days go? It seems that technology, video games, and cell phones are keeping today’s youth indoors and away from […]

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Actress Melissa Joan Hart Helps Shower Military Families With Joy

Passions speak to the heart and soul and undoubtedly add to a person’s overall well-being. For actress, director, businesswoman, and mother, Melissa Joan Hart, one of her passions is Operation Shower. Founded in 2007, Operation Shower is based on the […]

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Amputees find freedom on a Surfboard

AmpSurf™ is a non-profit organization that helps amputees find freedom on the water! It was established to promote, inspire, educate and rehabilitate (PIER™) adaptive surfing and other outdoor activities. Dana Cummings, Executive Director of Ampsurf, co-founded the organization in 2003 […]

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Joey’s Big Heart

“All you need is Love” Six year old Joseph Middlemiss, lost his life unexpectedly to Cardiomyopathy on September 23, 2013 (Cardiomyopathy (KAR-de-o-mi-OP-ah-thee) is a disease of the heart muscle). He demonstrated a passion for living each day to the fullest, exuberating joy, […]

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Look for the Good Project (Video)

Look For the Good started one crisp, fall day in Connecticut by Anne Kubitsky. She printed 500 blank invitation postcards and distributed them locally to see if anyone would respond. Within three weeks, she was getting handmade postcard responses from Connecticut, […]

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Student turns Recyclables into Smiles

Recycling can improve the world in many ways. One of our favorites comes from a very caring high school student. Sonali Ranaweera was given $100 as a gift and decided she was going to use that money to help people. […]

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A Wedding Story (VIDEO)

  Do you remember your first love? Unless you are still with them, it most likely ended in heartache. One couple knows this feeling all too well. When they were in college in 1961, Janice and Prentiss fell in love. […]

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Healing Mental Illness through Creativity

Dealing with a mental illness is not easy. Actually, it can be quite difficult without the proper support. With a rising number of mental illness cases, people often look for various areas of support and healing. PeaceLove Co-founder Jeff Sparr […]

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Jack O Lantern Spectacular

Tis the season for Jack-O-Lanterns! Can you imagine a place filled with over 5,000 illuminated pumpkins? We can… and we’ve seen it! John Reckner loves carving pumpkins more than the next guy. His Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams’ Park Zoo […]

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Inner City Kids Kayak Camp (VIDEO)

After 9/11, Jesse Stone wanted to do something for the inner city youth. They had not only been directly impacted by a traumatic global event, but were already enduring many untold struggles closer to home. That’s when she decided to […]

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