The e-Awakening Team
Let me introduce myself. I’m Dan one half of e-Awakening.
I’ve been interested in the environment since I was young growing up in Connecticut.
After graduating from Mass College of Art. I had an Arts & Crafts business with my wife for about 10 years. During that time I also worked as a teacher in the public school system. Following teaching, I was at Continental Cable where I worked as a reporter, editor, videographer and producer. While there I produced an environmental series called “The Adventure Crew” and a weekly segment called “Local Wonders”.
For the past 13 years, I worked as a videographer/editor for a major Boston TV News station. I am also going to be doing presentations in conjunction with the hike I did of the New England Portion of the Appalachian Trail to bring awareness to the preservation of nature and the protection of resources.
Most recently, I am hiking the 200 miles of the Bay Circuit Trail in Massachusetts from Newburyport to Duxbury while doing a video.
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My name is Marilyn and I’m the other half of e-Awakening
I grew up In Massachusetts in a home where we lived by the 3 Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
After graduating from New England School of Art, I was the other half of the Arts and Crafts business with Dan. I was an access producer at Continental Cablevision where I won an award for
“The Children’s Monthly News Show”. I did the show for over two years in collaboration with my husband.
Past Projects for the e-Awakening Team
Monthly Access TV Show
We are very excited about the monthly show that we are producing on Access TV. We have done 7 shows so far and looking forward to more. We focus each show on one topic with video clips, interviews and at the end of each show there will be a short guitar lesson. The more in depth lessons start with Show Number 6. You can see all the shows on the
Library Presentation Project
For the last couple of years we have teamed up with a remarkable man, Al French, and we have been doing multi media presentations in libraries in towns along or close to the Bay Circuit Trail which is a 200+ mile trail stating in Newburyport and ending in Duxbury at Kingston Bay. We are continuing to do the Bay Circuit Trail presentations while getting ready for the future with a series of presentations on a project that Al has named “The Gateway Project” this will be about land preservation and how important it is to all of us. There is more on our website on the
Marilyn, Dan and Al
.... is to tell green stories and to get the messages out that need to be told.
Our major focuses are on the “Preservation of Nature and Protection of Resources” while building a sustainable, healthy world.
We want to shine the spotlight on the individuals, groups and organizations that are making differences every day. This is a very important part of e-Awakening.
Our aim is to tell these positive stories that inspire us and we hope they will also inspire you our viewers.