At 93, Leland is one of Maine's oldest lobsterman, and a staple on the Portland waterfront.
Owner and baker at Elmore Mountain Bread
Renowned Maine artist, photographed in his studio on North Haven, ME.
Conservationist and founder of the Student Conversation Association
Creative director and bike builder at Firefly Bicycles in Boston, Massachusetts
Professor, tree farmer, and wood worker in his century old barn.
Modern day witch and owner of HausWitch Home + Healing in Salem, Massachusetts
Members of the 2016 Maine Youth Rock Orchestra.
Associate Professor of Microbiology at Boston University
Head chef and owner of Otis Restaurant in Exeter, NH
Author of The Islands of Winnipesaukee.
English Channel swimmer and record holder for the fastest time for anyone over the age of 45
Second generation owner/operator of Nash Dinoland, a roadside attraction near Amherst, Massachusetts
Founder of Pyro City, a fireworks store chain in Maine
Harvard professor and analytic expert for the NBA
Oyster fisherman in Noank, Connecticut
Boston University Professor of Medicine
Director at the Center for Regenerative Medicine
The official witch of Salem, MA
Owners of Wulf's Seafood in Brookline, MA
Owner of Kamp Kamp in Greenville, Maine
Wood turning artist
MIT professor and world-renowned bioengineer
Founder of Portland Trading Company in Portland, Maine
Design director at Rancourt & Co
Farmers at Turner Farm on North Haven Island, off the coast of Maine.
Photographer & Surfer
Furniture maker and artist - New Boston, NH
Musician and documentarian
Research assistant at Boston University's Center for Memory & Brain
Survival expert and contestant on the Discovery Channel series Naked and Afraid
Doctor to the island of Nantucket and experienced falconer
Crossfit athlete and amputee
Photographed while on location for a WGBH TV series in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Fisherman in Scituate, MA
Owner of Firefly Restoration, which specializes in restoring vintage fire engines
Subject of a 2013 sexual scandal involving several Buddhist monks which divided the Cambodian community in Lowell, Massachusetts