Photojournalist / MaineToday Media, Inc. / W, Maine
Michael G. Seamans is a staff photojournalist for the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, Maine.
Production Skills & Specialities
Corporate, Documentary, Nature, Sports, Weddings, Disaster Coverage, Video Production, Spot News, Multimedia Production, Still Photography
Paradox Sports athlete, Chad Jukes, traverses the southwest ridge of Mt. Sneffles in the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado July 6, 2012."
Firefighters from multiple fire departments including Winslow, Albion and Clinton responded to a structure fire on Bog Road in Albion Friday evening."
Laura Cobb consoles her neighbor's child, Logan Eaton, at their Spring Street apartment residence that was damaged by a fire on Tuesday."
Sunglasses and hair remains on the windshield of a white Dodge minivan that hit Melody Leary, 56, of Fairfield as she tried to cross Western Avenue in Fairfield on Thursday, March 22, 2012. Leary suffered a concussion, rib fracture, laceration to her liver, fractured pelvis and a fracture in one of her vertebrae, Fairfield police Officer Shanna Blodgett said. "There is no brain damage, so far, that they can confirm and she's in ICU at Central Maine Medical Center in stable condition, which is very good," Blodgett said Friday."
Church goers lay thier hands on Shad (cq) Wiekstrom and his daughter Faith, 9, during a church service hosted by two Windsor churches displaced by the deadly tornado on Sunday, May 25, 2008. Windsor Community Church and Church on the Ancient Path hosted the service to help people effected by the tornado."
Marines from the A Battery and MACS 23, Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora, Colo., prepare to remove the remains of fellow Marine, Lance Cpl. Jeremy Tamburello’s coffin from the horse-drawn caisson at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colo., Thursday, November 17, 2006. Lance Cpl. Tamburello died from injuries sustained from an Improvised explosive device during combat operations outside of Rutbah, Iraq on November 8, 2005."
Children stand next to a pile of rocks waiting to be smashed in to gravel in the coastal town of Lumlee, Sierra Leone."
Kolt Knight casts a fly onto the color drenched pond at Pineridge Natural Area in Fort Collins on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008. Cooler rainy weather is predicted for the coming week."
Little Native Sky Dancer, an Appaloosa sport horse, peeks through the drive-thru window at Dunkin Donuts as Patty Tucker, right, makes change for Stacey Pugh after the Madison-Anson Days Parade in Madison Saturday morning."
Paradox Sports athlete, Chad Jukes, climbs steep ice in the Ouray Ice Park as he trains for his attempt on the Moose's Tooth in Alaska."
Colorado State University wide receiver Luke Roberts (82) makes the reception in tight coverage with University of New Mexico line backer Zach Arnett (49), top, and safety Tyson Ditmore (9) bottom at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins, Colo., on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006. The Lobos went on to beat the Rams 20-19 with a last second filed goal."
Mt. Ararat High School's Sarah Sandlin, 15, goes down to the turf after being tripped by Skowhegan Area High School defender in the second half of the Eastern A semifinals game at Colby College in Waterville on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Skowhegan defeated Mt. Ararat 11-0."