I come from journalism. I planned for a competitive, multimedia industry. I worked mostly in newspapers. I ended up the ‘last one in, first one out’ a few too many times, and decided to make my own company — Folk Media Communications Inc. An idea that was rolling around in my head since university. We […]
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JOURNALISM: I knew Melindria Tavoularis from my time at The Tribune in Campbellton, New Brunswick. I was immediately impressed with the Restigouche Gallery, and Melindria was clearly a staple. I was always curious about her story, with her American accent, and generous nature. So when asked to pitch some stories, she immediately came to mind. […]
I was doing a story for the Salon Section of the Telegraph Journal on the 40th anniversary of the Restigouche art gallery, when I started asking about the founder. No one knew much about it, but I did catch his name — Archie Harper. I managed to track down a few folks who knew Archie […]
Studio 2 has become a much-needed hub in the northern New Brunswick city of Bathurst. Traveling musicians stop in, and local musicians get a chance to play, for attentive audiences in an intimate and relaxing atmosphere. I got to write a story about the venue for the Salon section in the weekend Telegraph Journal. (Click […]
ABOUT ADAM HODNETT: Anyone who reads back, will find my “About” section filled with years of trying to explain who I am. I’m not entirely sure why I leave it all up… There is a trend though. I find something about that worthwhile. To catch you up — I fell in love with the ideas […]
Nujignua’tegeg – the Listuguj Newsletter. My company, Folk Media Communications, created a multimedia newsletter for Listuguj First Nation. It is a mobile-responsive website, Facebook page, and bi-weekly print product. We regularly create video content. It is a communication tool primarily for the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government, but also for all organizations in the community. We do […]
FREELANCE JOURNALISM: I had a story appear in the September 5th issue of the Telegraph Journal in its Escapade Section. I spent three days canoeing on the world famous Kedgwick River in north western New Brunswick, Canada. It was the first time doing a multi-day river run for the majority of the group, and we all […]
By far the most popular project I’ve ever worked on. Over 2.8 million views! I shot the video for this story by Barcroft Media, about a girl with a rare genetic condition that causes her leg to swell, sometimes to nearly 40 lbs.