Karin Carlson, Karen Wyatt, and Brian Graney joined the NHF staff for the Boston TV News Project and Moving Images 1938-1940: Amateur Filmmakers Record the New York World’s Fair and Its Period. See Grants in Action for more information on the projects.
S. Weiss, Executive Director
Karen Carlson, Media Specialist
Jane Donnell, Distribution and Theater Manager
Joe Gardner, Technical Services Manager
Brian Graney, Media Cataloguer
Jessica Hosford, External Affairs Director
Barbara Manning, Business Manager
Gemma Perretta, Collections Manager
Karen Wyatt, Technical Services &
Phil Yates, Facilities Manager & Theater
Sian Evans, Belfast, ME
Consulting producer for documentaries on science, nature
and history including Discovery HD Theater, National Geographic,
PBS. Thirty years of experience, working nationally
and internationally. Family roots in Kingman, Macwahoc,
and Millinocket, ME.
Paul Gelardi, Cape Porpoise, ME
President, E Media, Kennebunk, a process development
company specializing in plastic manufacturing and surface
James S. Henderson, Harpswell, ME
Principal, Publius Research, a public affairs consulting
firm. Author of Maine: An Encyclopedia, a DVD publication
incorporating moving images. Consulting archivist to the
Council of State Archivists. Ph.D. in political science
from Emory University. Adjunct faculty member, Southern
New Hampshire University. Director of the Maine State Archives,
Judith F. McGeorge, Ellsworth, ME
Background in banking and finance. Served as Executive
Director and Board member of organizations including the
Bagaduce Music Lending Library, the Seymour Papert Institute,
and WERU community radio. Advisor on the Hancock County
Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.
James A. Phillips, Bangor, ME
Co-founder of Trio Software Corporation, and an
independent property assessment consultant. Former staff
producer and director at WMTW-TV; studied film at George
Richard Rosen, Bucksport, ME
Owner Rosen’s Department Store, Bucksport.
Maine State Senator. Board member, Bucksport Regional Health
Karan Sheldon, Milton, MA
NHF co-founder. Author, “Meeting the Movie
Queen: An Itinerant Film Anchored in Place” for the
AMIA journal, The Moving Image. karansheldon.blogspot.com
David S. Weiss, Blue Hill, ME
Executive Director and co-founder of NHF. Previously
media producer in Boston after graduating in film and semiotics
from Brown University.
Pamela Wintle, Washington, DC
Founder, Smithsonian Institution Human Studies
Film Archives. Association of Moving Image Archivists member and various committees participant. Former AMIA representative for National Film Preservation Board. Family roots in Skowhegan, ME. Member of Maine State Society.
Individuals with interest in the work of NHF as
an organization with a vision for film, video and digital
preservation, with broad public access.
Gillian Anderson, orchestral conductor
Q. David Bowers, author of Nickelodeon
Theaters and Their Music.
Peter Davis, director of Hearts
Kathryn Fuller-Seeley, Ph.D. Associate
Professor, Cinema Studies/Communications, Georgia State
Jan-Christopher Horak, Ph.D. Director,
UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Janna Jones, Ph.D. Associate Professor
and Director of the Cinema and Visual Culture program, School
of Communication, Northern Arizona University.
Donna Loring, Wabanaki Cultural Tourism
Coordinator, Four Directions Development Corporation. Author and sponsor of the state law, “An Act to Require Teaching of Maine Native American History and Culture in Maine’s Schools.”
Martha McNamara, Ph.D. Director, Art and
Architecture Program, Wellesley College.
Mark Neumann, Ph.D. School of Communication,
Northern Arizona University.
Eric Schaefer, Ph.D. Associate Professor,
Department of Visual and Media Arts,
Samuel Suratt, Founding member of International
Federation of Television Archives.
Nathaniel Thompson, President of Maine
Radio and Television Co. and CSP Mobile Productions.
Tricia Welsch, Ph.D. Associate Professor
and Chair of Film Studies, Bowdoin College.
David Wexler, owner of Hollywood Vaults.
Patricia Zimmermann, Ph.D. Professor of
Cinema and Photography, Roy H. Park School of Communications,