Con Fullam

Con Fullam is the composer and lyricist of The Maine Christmas Song, which has sold over 100,000 copies since its original release. He is a multi-award-winning and five-time Emmy-nominated television producer, performer, publisher, writer, and recording artist; the creator and showrunner for the PBS series Greenlight Maine; and the executive producer of the award-winning PBS children’s series, Ribert and Robert’s Wonderworld, for which he co-wrote and co-produced the music. His movies about the fantastical characters The Wompkees, which he co-created, have aired on PBS and many other networks and are now distributed in 40 countries. He is the founder and director of Pihcintu, a multi-national chorus of 34 refugee girls from 22 countries, which has been featured by The Today Show, Voice of America, National Public Radio, and Al Jazeera.

Cynthia Baker is a multimedia artist working in clay and paint who has traveled and lived all over the world, but spends her summers in Western Maine. Her formal art training began when she was six years old during the occupation and reconstruction of Japan, and continued in Germany, Paris, Chicago, Maine, and Florida. She taught elementary art in Bridgton, where she painted the mural for the Maine Lakes Environmental Association. She designed sets for Maine Public Broadcasting’s show Franklin the Good Food Friend, and painted panels for the original Magic Lantern Theater in Bridgton. She wrote and illustrated A Moose Family Christmas, Four Seasons in Maine, Why Can’t the Owl Sleep? and Cats and More.