Bridget specializes in the vision, creation and production of photography and multimedia projects that tell the story of how companies and organizations are helping to create a sustainable global community.
—Evaluating organizational ‘messaging through imagery’ to assess how conservation objectives can be accomplished and promoted with the help of visual media projects.
—Vision, creation and production management of media projects from the first collaborative idea to the final successful product.
—Teaching field staff how to make better images and video and how to improve archiving methods.
—Organization and better use of existing visual assets.
—Utilizing imagery and visual storytelling for social marketing.
Bridget has helped organizations to produce large-scale, first-time media projects, such as:
—Developing the Maine Farmland Trust’s calender photo project idea into a photography project with hundreds of new images in their archive, a 30-image traveling exhibit and a coffee table book.
—Working with picture editors and marketing staff from five Pacific Northwest states at The Nature Conservancy to research, document and showcase the organization’s work on salmon restoration, culminating in a ten-part multimedia series and magazine feature.
—Tackling the Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s goal to incorporate more people into their conservation story by creating a five-part multimedia series exploring some of their key conservation sites and values.
—Helping Maine Woods Forever to raise awareness about the newly established Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail by developing and producing a large-scale photography exhibit, coffee table book and website.
A wide range of organizations have partnered with Bridget to create photography and multimedia projects, including:
Maine Farmland Trust, The Nature Conservancy, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Patagonia, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, NOAA, Blue Earth Alliance, Chewonki Foundation, Etica en los Bosques, The Kittredge Foundation and The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.