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Meet the Crew

Andy Swanson has been the Executive Producer for Exeter TV for over 20 years. 

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Andy Swanson

Executive Producer

Bob Glowacky grew up in Brentwood, NH and started working at Exeter TV as one of his first jobs way back in 2007 when he was a high school student. More recently he’s gone on to get a B.A. in Mass Communications from Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. While in college he lived and worked in Yellowstone National Park and volunteered with the National Park Service. After his undergrad, he completed his M.A. in Wildlife Filmmaking, a program designed by the BBC in Bristol, England. For his master’s he created an award-winning short film Bringing Back Bodrik which has gone on to show in film festivals around the world.

During his university studies, he had the opportunity to work with companies big and small, including WMUR, PBS Nature, TLC, Icon Films, Humble Bee Films, and more. At these companies Bob worked on online content, filmed exotic animals, and researched and developed TV programs. As Executive Producer for Exeter TV, Bob oversees all aspects of production for the Public Access and Government channels. Bob also produces his own show, Exeter Outdoors, exploring wildlife and outdoor recreation in the Exeter area. When he’s not working, you can find him running, biking, or hiking around New Hampshire. Bob also servers on the board of trustees for the New Hampshire Coalition for Community Media, a group dedicated to advancing community media in the state.

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Bob Glowacky

Executive Producer

Eric Chellis

SAU16 Cable Operations Coordinator

Eric Chellis got involved with A/V back in high school where he was part of the theater tech club. After graduating from Southern Maine Community College in South Portland ME and receiving his Associates degree in Video Production, he went on to be the Technical Director at RSU60 in North Berwick. There he ran a student tech club teaching all aspects of A/V. He later went on to work for MFI Productions out of Weare, NH where he was the A/V Technical Specialist. There he installed and produced productions ranging from educational to corporate. 

 

Eric is excited to be back in the educational environment and looks forward to working with students again.

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William Tapley began working in Community Television in 2019. He was introduced to the work from a Video Field Productions class he took at Northern Essex Community College. After the class ended, William applied for an internship at the local TV station, Haverhill Community Television. He was hired for a part time position after his internship.William received his associate’s degree in Communications/Journalism from NECC before moving on to UMass Lowell. He enrolled in the Digital Media major at UMass before eventually transferring to UNH to continue his education to receive his BA in Digital Media.After two years at Haverhill Community Television, William left to pursue a similar position in Exeter, NH. William was hired at Exeter TV in the Summer of 2022.

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Gabe Perez, raised in Plaistow NH, is what you get when a stubborn child chooses his lifelong dream of becoming a filmmaker at 6 years old, and then never deviates from that dream for the rest of his life. Yes, as early as leaving his toddler years, Gabe pursued a passion of creation, starting his first ever YouTube channel at the age of 9; he’s never stopped trying to live up to the goal he set for himself at such a young age.

Obsessed with movies, Gabe was particularly lazy in his school days, often getting lost in his own mind daydreaming and thinking about other fantastical things. 

Once he left high school, Gabe began working at a movie theater. While there, he would start several YouTube based careers, including a music career, joining and becoming part of a skit comedy channel, and finally beginning to create short films.

Gabe’s first short, ‘After Image’, went on to win the scholastic golden key award for film, and helped push him and his collaborators to pursue further things. After that, Gabe got the opportunity to direct his first short film, ‘The Lost Children’, a piece holds close to his chest. 

Gabe is now a freelance filmmaker, working on commercials and projects all around the Boston to Portland area’s, and is also a portrait and event photographer under the name Don’t Panic Pictures, which he uses to learn more about camera work and photography/cinematography to better himself and exercise his skills and abilities. 

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***Under Construction***

Jon Thigpen

Media Technician

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