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Edmund Hillary Meets Boston Photographer Steve Marsel

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

Boston Photographer Steve Marsel Asks: Sir Edmund Hillary Redux?

 

The Fiction….

Boston wedding photographers were out shooting “for fun”.  Marsel spotted what he was sure was a “dead” ringer for famed New Zealand mountaineer, explorer  Sir Edmund Hillary. Sir Edmund” was the first mountaineer to climb Mt. Everest. His purpose? A supply mission before attempting to summit the peaks in New England’s Presidential Range this summer.  Steve Marsel asked the “Sir Edmund” lookalike was asked about persistent rumors that Hillary Clinton had been named after him. “Pure Rubbish” he retorted! Sir Edmund climbed Mt Everest six years after Hillary Clinton was born!
Taken by Boston Photographer Steve Marsel of Steve Marsel Productions with an iPhone SE

Sir Edmund Hillary Redux?

Fiction & Photo by Steve Marsel

 

The Facts

May 29, 1953 AD, the day the world remembers as historic, because something impossible was finally made possible. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa conquered the worlds Highest peak, the Mount Everest, after several attempts made by earlier mountaineers could change that dream into reality. The 60 million years old and 29035 feet peak was finally ascended by a beekeeper from New Zealand and a Sherpa from Nepal which today sounds like a folklore. Even after half a century of that feat of mankind, history repeats itself every year in May 29, as people from around world converge at the foot of the Himalaya to celebrate that momentous ascent, and take part in the infamous Everest Marathon.

 

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ICE HOLES – Two Wise Men?

Saturday, June 28th, 2014

ICE HOLES 

Two Wise Men?

On Location with ICE HOLES Series Creator Steve Marsel

ICE HOLES - Two Wise Men?

ICE HOLES – Two Wise Men?

 

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, February 8th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, New Hampshire.   This was taken during the filming of Episode 104- “Party on Ice”. In a scene that is reminiscent of a Christmas Eve creche, Alex Plummer & Wade Bigelow prepare to set off a home-made cannon in celebration of the annual Meredith Rotary Derby.  This is the dead of the winter, so it was probably not quite 7:00pm, but the scene was quite comical to me when I saw it, and still is!  I really love the late day light in winter.  It makes ordinary scenes into memorable images.  Glad I hung around to watch! ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

 

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ICE HOLES – Donk- On The Fly!

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

ICE HOLES 

Ice Holes – Donk- On The Fly!

ICE HOLES- Donk On-The-Fly Interview

ICE HOLES- Donk On-The-Fly Interview

Donk- On The Fly!

 

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Sunday, January 19th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith New Hampshire.  This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 102 – “Now We’re Cookin” This is an example of an “OTF Interview”.  OTF stands for “on the fly,” and it’s a type of interview that is done on the spur of the moment with little or no planning.   They are generally emotion based, and you needn’t bother to ask for point-to-point setup information in an OTF situation  An OTF interview is used when something dramatic has just happened, but the dust has pretty much settled.  The director (Mark Therrien) doesn’t interrupt characters that are still talking to each other about a dramatic event, rather wait for them to finish when they are alone.  If the character is doing something and you want them to explain their actions while they are doing it, particularly if their action is the subject of the episode.  It’s a chance to have them explain to you what they are doing and why.   ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

 

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ICE HOLES – Winter Wonderland

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

ICE HOLES 

Ice Holes – Winter Wonderland

ICE HOLES- Winter Wonderland With The Crew

ICE HOLES- Winter Wonderland With The Crew

Winter Wonderland With The Crew

 

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Sunday, January 19th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith New Hampshire.  This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 102 – “Now We’re Cookin” If you look carefully you can tell that there’s a snow squall in the distance.  The snow in the distance combined with some low hanging fog is filtering the light giving the set an eerie quality.  In this shot Joshua & Donk are playing a scene in which they hatch a plan to pull a practical joke on Wade & Alex.  Donk is an ex-Marine and this is the episode where Josh established Donk as his “secret weapon”.  The plan involves Donk donning a wetsuit and SCUBA gear, and entering the frigid water.  He swims underwater and takes a hold of their fishing line.  They think they have caught “the big one”!!!  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

 

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Ice Holes – Wintry Morning

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

ICE HOLES 

Ice Holes – Wintry Morning

ICE HOLES Wintry Morning with Wade Bigelow

ICE HOLES Wintry Morning with Wade Bigelow

Wintry Morning With Wade Bigelow

 

This photograph taken on location on the set of National Geographic Channel’s ICE HOLES by Series Creator & Executive Producer Steve Marsel  Saturday, January 18th, 2014 on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith New Hampshire.  This was taken during the filming of ICE HOLES Episode 102 – “Now We’re Cookin” It was a wintry morning when I happened upon cast member Wade Bigelow emerging from his bob-house after a long night of fishing.  It was not unusual for the cast members to fish throughout the night (at least at the beginning of the shoot) as they sought to hone their skills and to understand the body of water on which they were fishing.   On a winter outdoor shoot no one should be surprised to wake up and see snow falling.  And yet, somehow Wade appears to be a bit craggy and NOT entertained by the seasonal “festive” atmosphere the snow has brought with it.   My memory is that Wade was headed to the hotel to grab some aspirin and a shower.  ICE HOLES airs Fridays on National Geographic Channel. For more of Steve Marsel’s Photography, please visit Steve Marsel Studio

 

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Ice Holes – Behind the Scenes

Monday, May 12th, 2014

ICE HOLES 

Behind The Scenes

Photographs taken behind the scenes of the National Geographic TV Series “ICE HOLES”

Photographs taken behind the scenes of the National Geographic TV Series “ICE HOLES”

 

Behind The Scenes

Show-Runner Mark Therrien takes a quick snapshot during the first week of shooting “ICE HOLES”  in Meredith New Hampshire.   It’s unusual weather for January and that fact is not lost on the crew.  This “behind the scenes” blog will try to shed light, demystify, and mostly entertain the viewers.  It’s also an opportunity to explain process through pictures and words of the cast and crew.  Over the next few months I’ll ask all members of the cast and many members of the crew for their comments and stories.  Ice fishing is an obsession for a tight-knit group of colorful fishermen, as they compete against Mother Nature, and each other, in hopes of catching the big one. The group arrives at Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H., for their first ice fishing derby of the season, the King of the Lake Derby. With $600 on the line for the biggest catches, it is a mad dash to claim the best hunting grounds.

 

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