First-time Director James Waldron is the founder of James Waldron Design, a print and interactive marketing company based in Newburyport, Massachusetts. Waldron has traveled extensively as a still photographer, trekking to over 20 countries, and has exhibited both in the United States and abroad.

James recieved his Master of Arts degree from Yale University in 1987, and designed projects in a variety of formats in New York City until his relocation to Plum Island in 2000. A gifted speaker, Waldron has spoken on design communications at Yale University, Pratt Institute, AIGA New York, Dallas, and Pittsburgh, the Aspen Design Conference, Macworld, IBM corporate communications seminars, and internationally in events in Geneva, Zurich, Amsterdam, and Stockholm.

An independent graphic designer, interactive media producer, and photographer for over 25 years, James was a principal with Burns, Connacher & Waldron in New York, Director of Interactive Media at Anderson Lembke New York and Amsterdam, and Vice President Account Director at Mullen Advertising outside of Boston.

He’s enthusiastic about Plum Island and can be found weekends exploring the estuaries and oceanfront in search of the legendary fifty-pound Striped Bass.

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Award Winning Documentary

The Woods Hole Film Festival gave Rel People’s producer James Waldron the “Emerging New England Director” award for this documentary. Noting the well-told story and excellent cinematography, the judges praised how close to the community this film gets.

Filmed by a fisherman, for everybody!

Ever have someone ask you, “Why do your fish?” This film tells the story from a wide variety of folks who do. From carpenters to surgeons, the allure of a day spent fishing grabs people from the first time they hook a fish, and a lifetime of making “one last cast.”