A wise person once said, “You have to be a romantic to be a good cook.”
We believe the same is true of storytellers.
As the founder of Timber & Frame, Ben has worked with organizations from Sarajevo to Kingston to Alabama. His work has been recognized by the Associated Collegiate Press and William Randolph Hearst Journalism Awards. Originally from a small town in the hills and lakes of central New England, he is a proud advocate of all things New Hampshire.
In 2013 Zack’s short documentary, Wright’s Law, was published by the New York Times and within a month had garnered over 1.5 million views. His work has been featured on The Katie Couric Show, SXSW, New York Times and AARP. Zack’s love for telling quirky, touching stories led him to his work at T&F.
Thanks to his parents, Dillon was raised on old MGM musicals, Hitchcock, Columbo and Abbott and Costello. During the summer of 2012, Dillon was an assistant/intern at Scott Rudin Productions. He has worked on the movies RED and 21 Jump Street, and his work has been shown on PBS, the Maine Media Workshops and film festivals across the country. He plans on raising a family by the beach and making feature films like Amelie, The Band’s Visit and All The President’s Men.
Before landing in audio/visual storytelling, Megan learned to live out of a suitcase and adapt quickly to places that range from the Gobi Desert to the desert-like land of Southern California. Her appreciation for people has led her to tell stories with the WNYC radio show Radiolab and the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. While maintaining her old soul spirit, Megan plans to work with people who love their jobs and have a home with a fireplace.
A nationally recognized singer/songwriter, Micah Tewers has written, recorded, and produced three albums for AvantGuard records. Most recently he scored the feature documentary, Sugar Babe. Micah’s talents in composing, songwriting, and multi-instrumentation give T&F’s videos their voice.