Nicole Marie, an alumni of Maine Media College, has been published in Student Filmmaker's Magazine, The Music Scene Magazine and The Maine Media Workshops Catalog and Newsletter. She has exhibited her work at Alameda Arts Center, Asymmetrick Arts, Plumm Restaurant (NY), Brevetto Bistro, 407 Studios, River Arts Gallery, and The Strand Theatre. In 2010 she collaborated with See Line Apparel, to design and create a clothing line and hosted a summer fashion show. Soon after, she directed the film The Roaring Twenties, which premiered at The Strand Theatre in Rockland. The Roaring Twenties was the product of an after school program for Mid-Coast Maine youth, who Nicole facilitated and taught in partnership with the Farnsworth Art Museum's Education Department. She then continued to produce 4 more films with the program. In 2011, Nicole traveled to Alebtong, Uganda, where she taught a photography workshop to local youth and had a solo exhibition at Asymmetrick Arts in Rockland, ME. She currently works out of her art studio in Providence, Rhode Island, where she creates luxury goods using fabric printed with her abstract images. She also currently produces films for crowdsurfing campaigns, events, and art films nationwide.