Capturing and Preserving
Our History and Culture
DVD - Awesome Aroostook
New! DVD - Maple Meadow Farm
NEW! DVD - Old Maine Swedish Farms DVD - Postcards from Way Down East DVD - Greetings from Aroostook DVD - A Year to Remember DVD - Tater Raisin' Folk DVD - Christmas Greetings from Aroostook DVD/VHS - The Story of the Acadians DVD/VHS - Acadian Festival DVD/VHS - Swedish Folk Dancers DVD/VHS - Homecoming
"Only in Aroostook would you find people like these succeeding in such a hardscrabble environment. Kyle making his Phantom snow sled from junk parts. The Bouchard ploye mix family utilizing an old mill found on a rock pile. Carol Ayoob's friends pitching in to help her realize her dream of a cafe specializing in potatoes. This film shows how family and friends coming together is a common way of doing things in Aroostook County." J. N., Stockholm, ME
Brenda Nasberg Jepson graduated with a degree in Journalism from the University of Maine (UMO) in 1974 before emigrating to Europe where she lived for fourteen years. There she learned the craft of television production, training under a BBC producer/director for four years, and then owned and ran her own award winning production company in London for five years
Productions Jepson has directed and produced for PBS include "The Copper Kettle, A Maine Chance For Scotland, Homecoming, A Bowdoin Expedition, Stans A Jewel In The Crown Of Maine, The Coming Of The Swedes, Dont Fence Me In, and Tater Raisin Folk
Alan Jepson has a degree in entomology from UMO, and he worked in forestry for eleven years before training and joining his wife in the production of television programs for Maine PBS, which he has done since 2000.
Their company, Crown Of Maine Productions, Inc., also produces commercials, training videos and promotional videos on digital formats for a variety of clients such as the Institute for Global Ethics, Maine International Trade Center, Aroostook Medical Center and Aroostook Tourism.
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