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Management & Operations Team

John E. Seymore

Studio Executive/Chairman, Board of Directors

As Studio Executive, John manages the daily operations of The Maine Studios, Inc. John’s background includes business consulting and management, sales, and media. He brings an array of skills and experience to the company that is invaluable for success. In addition, John is a founding member of the Social Network of Maine and the Fenix Theatre Company (serving as former Managing Director and current Chairman of the Board). John's focus is in research and development of new concepts and the continued cultivation of existing projects at The Maine Studios. John is the creator of The Southern Maine Signal Magazine, NE Sound and EcoMag . In 2002, he joined the United States Coast Guard Reserves as a Marine Safety Technician. During his time he was awarded multiple accommodations. He holds several certifications from FEMA and was awarded the Congressional Order of Merit in 2007. He is a published author, magazine editor, screenwriter, actor, casting director, director and producer. His first short film, as director, was in consideration for the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. His Producer credits include the short films: Just Desserts, Come to Know, Tangled, Two Tents, J.J., Strange Night, Flushed and Sore Loser. His television credits include; Wasted Minds, Go Take a Hike!, The Final Mark, Supernatural Hotspots, Strange Attractors, Coming to Terms, Studio Now!, The Production and Exposed. His feature films include; Crush, The Book of Haballah, Experimentation and Murder in Maine. John is currently researching his first feature film as a writer. John holds a Bachelor's Degree in Politics from the University of Dallas and a Master's Degree in Occupational Safety and Health with a concentration in Environmental Management from Columbia Southern University.

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Gary Hauger

Public Relations Director

Gary comes to The Maine Studios with a background in various media. His first Public Relations work occurred as publisher of his own internationally distributed comic book in college. As a director for the Windham Centerstage Theater teen productions, Gary also worked to tirelessly to promote the show and had one of the best turnouts for his version of Ten Little Indians. As part of his Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from Saint Joseph's College of Maine Gary also produced his first short film.

He has provided voice-overs for various short films, commercials, video games and a childrens audiobook. Gary will also be appearing in the independent feature Scooter McGruder which is in post production. With his writing partner Gary founded Clockwork Pirate Productions, a screenwriting think-tank, and has written horror, western, action, sci-fi and period scripts. His first science fiction novel is being edited for possible publication as early as fall of 2010 and a new series of comic book stories will be published in the Occum's Edge anthology throughout the next few years.

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