Profiles

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Past Forward

Earle Shettleworth, the longest-serving state preservation officer in the country, has just retired after 42 years. Now, the Maine state historian is ready to follow his “passion projects” and blaze his own trail.

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Leading by Listening

Kevin Hancock ushers Hancock Lumber into its third century

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The Art of Translation

Jeannette Schram, executive director of AIA Maine, is fluent in the language of architects

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The Experienced Innovator

Peter Warren of Warren Construction Group has been collaborating with architects and owners to create some of Maine’s most familiar new buildings

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Guided by Nature

Sunday River’s Peter Fallon splits his time between the mountains of Western Maine and the coastal town of Phippsburg. Does that sounds like the perfect balance? It just might be.

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Modern Heirlooms: Chilton Furniture

Jen and Jared Levin find a roadmap for their future—and a way to preserve the past— as the new owners of Chilton Furniture

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Grounded & Grateful: Jack McInerny

Jack McInerny of Atlantic Hardwoods is Portland’s wood flooring guru

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From School to Studio: Matt Hutton

Drawing inspiration from the American Midwest and Japanese functionality, artist and MECA professor Matt Hutton finds himself at a pivotal moment

Joshua Carle's son, Preston, strolls across the entryway to a Kennebunkport residence with dark gray granite from the Mystic Mountain quarry in Belfast

Igneous & Indigenous: Joshua Carle

Profiles – August 2015 by Katy Kelleher | Photography Nicole Wolf Joshua Carle, president of Rockport Granite, finds balance and beauty in the native stones of the Maine coast