Multi-Media Content Creation

Heather Holloway

Producer / Shooter / Editor

Looking toward Brooklin

The Blue Hill Bridge, Maine Its the first month of Summer; at the final miles of a long ride the bridge takes form out of the dark.  Ahead, lies the entrance into our Brigadoon. A reverse tide surges white capped and […]

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On the subject of wings

Last night I dreamt of wings… I am creating a show; a found space, actor created work that I was asked to lead. I ask for volunteers from the community who are willing to work organically. I explain the work […]

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Winter’s Seen

The snow has fallen. Waking to white; cold, weighty fabric, like wool, spread across the morning. Waking, rising and stirring into silence, the day is tucked in and snoozing.  Icicles pull the windows shut – the weight of the spell […]

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The ‘E’ in ‘Christmas’

Oh Ethan – Enchanting, Engrossing, Entertaining, Enormous (yes, he’s a wee lil’ E but quite sizable in Effervescence and Ebullience) – he’s all these Es of Christmas and many, many more. A magical, merry little Elf with the rosy cheeks and […]

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Photo

This is a photo. No face wanted/welcomed/needed/necessary; features blended into movement, shadow, light, background, subtlety of color. Dissolved photo – into itself it goes. Its gone. Trick of exposure. Of multiple layers. No distinction from surroundings. Absorbed. Black into night. […]

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Jabberwocky Wee-star

“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax– Of cabbages–and kings– And why the sea is boiling hot– And whether pigs have wings.” It’s picture day. Outside a beaming little light shines […]

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The Art of Silly

Let the inner wacky commence – let it fly right to the moon – unhampered by self consciousness it gushes out in tides of fun-time, zany juice. Silliness is freedom, and more than freedom: its a right, a privilege, an […]

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Wee Lil’ Baby

aka “Cutie Patootie of Rhode Island” She was a little cranky on the day of her photo shoot, as well she should be.  It’s not fun being 7 months old- well not all fun.  There are teeth to cut, vaccinations […]

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The Darkest Hour

Harvest Moon, Brooklin ME Something impish and frisky lives behind the curtain of darkness ; as the moon lies down to sleep and the sun prepares to rise for morning, a vast horizon of beautiful secrets steals out to stretch […]

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But what I really want to do is direct…

Jumping Off The Cliff, Booklin ME I took this photograph on my first morning filming “The Wooden Boat”, a documentary, in Brooklin ME.  The position of the sun, piercing, scorching through barriers – debris burning, obstacles falling – cut the […]

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