Lecturer Neil Novello can provide one-hour lectures which combine his unique subject knowledge featuring his original productions.
Since 1985, Neil Novello's award-winning career has covered nearly every type of video production - documentaries, news/feature segments, Family Biographies, Educational and Web videos for non-profits and small businesses.
He is an independent producer/director/editor/videographer who has worked for The Christian Science Monitor Television, Program Director for the University of Mississippi, and produced video segments for Maine Public Television's "Made In Maine" series.
Mr. Novello is most proud of "Family Bio" video biographies. Because of his news experience, he has produced broadcast quality biographies which makes Family Bio like having Ken Burns in the family.
SEE HIS VIDEO COLLECTIONS
Dover, New Hampshire
Jackson Public Library
Jackson, New Hampshire
Plaistow Public Library
Plaistow, New Hampshire
Cayuga Museum of History & Art Auburn
Auburn, New York
Maine Maritime Museum
Boothbay Harbor Library
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
New Castle Historical Society
New Castle, NH
Malden Public Library
Kittery Historic & Naval Museum
TESTIMONIALS FROM LIBRARY DIRECTORS
Neil Novello presented his Castle program here...on two occasions to capacity crowds each time. On both occasions attendees were informed, entertained and fully satisfied with the experience."
Andy Richmond, Director, Rye Public Library, Rye, New Hampshire
"Mr. Novello's presentation drew a record-setting crowd of 54 people and did not disappoint. The balance of video clips, still photos, and narrative kept everyone interested and informed."
Brianna Sullivan, Director, Plaistow Public Library, Plaistow, New Hampshire
...there was not much information readily available on the Naval prison's history until Mr. Novello's in depth presentation...was an overwhelming successful event for
Lee Perkins, Director, Rice Public Library, KIttery, Maine
From the moment that we announced the date of "The Castle" ...the phone kept ringing off the hook...A recent string of sellouts made Mr. Novello's presentation a "hot ticket".
Paul Johnson, Eliot Historical Society, Eliot, Maine