Recent Productions

New Hampshire Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty


This short documentary, New Hampshire Law Enforcement Veterans Confront the Death Penalty” was produced for the New Hampshire Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, it feature a number of members from the State’s law enforcement community, including form Attorney General Phillip McLaughlin and Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick. Copies have been made available to members of the New Hampshire State Legislature and there have been several public showings of the documentary. It is also being used as part of the continuing effort to repeal the death penalty in New Hampshire. (2018)

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Restoration: New Hampshire State House


In 2016 a major restoration was done on the New Hampshire State House dome.  Accompany was commissioned by the NH State House Bicentennial Committee to document the entire process, from pre-dawn deliveries to gilding the gold leaf on the eagle.  The result is a new documentary, “Restoration” that gets up close to the work and the workers.  It includes interviews, historic photos, and is a celebration of the 200th year for the oldest State House in the United States.  This documentary aired on New Hampshire Public Television in January, 2019 (2018) 

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RiverBend Job Previews 


In order to help in job recruitment RiverBend Mental Health Counseling Services of Concord, New Hampshire, contracted with Accompany to produce a series of realistic job preview videos.  Four videos were done, and all are up and recruiting on the RiverBend web site.  (2017)

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Lantos Foundation Human Rights Award    


Since 2009 Accompany has produced videos about recipients of the Lantos Foundation Human Rights Award.  The annual event takes place in Washington, DC, and recipients have included His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Elie Wiesel, Hillary Clinton and Shimon Peres.  The 2017 Prize went to Father Patrick DesBois for his work in documenting mass killings of Jews in World War Two.  In 2018 a special award was presented former Vice President Joe Biden. (2018)

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NH Association of Bankers

The New Hampshire Association of Bankers celebrated 125 years of serving the state’s banks with a special celebration at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.  They commissioned Accompany to produce a short video that told the Association’s story, and at the same time talk about the importance of the Association today.  With an abundance of material from their archive and interviews with longtime bankers, the video was shown at their celebration.

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NH Auto Dealers Association

Over the last several years Accompany has produced a series of videos for the NH Auto Dealers Association about safety/training for the automotive industry.  They have focused on ergonomics, hazardous materials, auto lifts, fork lifts, fire safety, and the most recent was about blood borne pathogens. These videos have been seen all over the country and the NHADA has started licensing them for use by associations in other states. (most recent completed December, 2017)

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Canterbury Country Dance Orchestra
The Canterbury Country Dance Orchestra came together for the first time in 30 years to make a recording in 2016.  This is a documentary about that recording session, which took place in the Chapel at the Middlesex School in Concord, Mass.  Full of great music, it also tells the story of the Orchestra, and the music they make.  This documentary will be shown on New Hampshire Public Television on March 28 at 8pm. (2017)

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Franklin Pierce
Fourteenth President of the United States, Franklin Pierce is the only President from New Hampshire. The Pierce Brigade has for many years been a champion of Pierce, leading the way in restoring one of his homes in Concord and conducting regular tours.  They wanted a short introductory video about Pierce, his life and accomplishments.  (2016)

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Capital Center for the Arts
Take one piece of music, ten musicians in five different rooms, thee cameras, two camera operators, one audience, two performance, no chairs, and you get one big edit challenge. That was the mission in recording “Brownstone” by the contemporary composer Jakub Ciupinski, performed in the Kimball House at Concord’s Capitol Center for the Arts.(2014)

Solidarity Sabbath
It is a sad note that anti-Semitism is on the rise around the world–especially in Europe. The Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice is heading up an effort to combat this with the Solidarity Sabbath, which will held in May, 2015. This video is one of two about the Solidarity Sabbath that we have produced for the Foundation to use in bringing awareness to their efforts. (2014)

For forty years Riverbend has been providing mental health services to an ever growing clientele in the Merrimack County area. This video was produced to give a quick look back, but more importantly to look forward and recognize the many ways Riverbend has helped those who have come to them. (2014)


NH Highland Games
The New Hampshire Highland Games have brought thousands of pipers, fiddlers, dancers, athletes and Clans people together for going on 40 years. Held annually at Loon Mountain Lincoln, it is three days of activities and fun. This year Accompany was hired to document these many and varied activities. Over the course of 2015 various videos will be produced to highlight aspects of the games. (2016)

Constitutionally Speaking
The Supreme Court Society of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Humanities Council are working together to put together a DVD for use in our State’s high schools that will be a primer in teaching about the Constitution and legal issues. This will be the second such video, to be completed for the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. Already recorded for the DVD are presentations by former Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’Connor and David Souter. (On going)

NH Department of Health & Human Services
The New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Service is one of the largest state agencies. Over the last few years we have produced a number of video for the Department. Most of these have been what are called “Realistic Job Previews” and are available on the Department’s web site for those thinking of applying. Our most recent video, however, is an overview of the Department and its many programs. (2014)

Polaris Direct
Much of the work is we do is for non profit organizations, but we also do commercial work as well.  Polaris Direct is a mail distribution center in Hooksett.  This short video was produced to showcase their many services. (2014)

Mascoma Savings Bank
We have produced a number of videos for Mascoma Savings Bank over the years, including a short documentary about the impact of Hurricane Irene on Vermont and how the bank responded to help. This video was a look back at the previous 10 years in the life of the bank and the changes that have happened in the world of banking and their impact on the bank.

NCLEX Review
If you want to be a nurse, you have to pass the NCLEX exam. And the best way to do that is to study with Judith Miller and her NCLEX Review. Nothing complicated, just 22 DVDs, each 2 to three hours long all produced by Accompany. (Most recent set completed June, 2017)

Meeting House: The Heart of Washington, NH
Few structures say “New England” as eloquently as a classic eighteenth century Meetinghouse. Today only a small number remain as the continuing seat of town government. This 55 minute documentary is the story of the Washington, New Hampshire Town Hall. Built in 1787, it is still the heart of the town. Funded by a major grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council, this documentary has aired on New Hampshire and Maine Public Television. (2013)


People First of New Hampshire
People with disabilities should not be put into an institution, they should be given the same freedom as anyone.  That is the simple message of this video.  Though New Hampshire has pretty much moved down the path to de-institutionalization, most other states haven’t.  There are over 2,000 institutions in the United States that imprison people with disabilities.  This powerful video was produced to increase awareness of the issue with hope that it will lead to closing more of these unnecessary institutions.  Special thanks to New Hampshire composer and performer Kathy Lowe for most beautifully haunting music we have ever heard.  (2012)