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Director/ Producer / Editor / Graphic Designer Bil (with one L) Rogers, a native of New Hampshire, studied audio engineering at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida and graduated with an Associate of Science Degree in Recording Arts.  Using his audio engineering skills as a base, Bil quickly transitioned to film and video production to further his goal of creating compelling stories.


Honing his skills in Maine as Assistant Editor for Lone Wolf Media, Bil's resume includes NOVA's "To The Moon" and "Hitler's Lost Sub" as well as National Geographic's "Mayday! Lost at Sea".


Always striving to improve his skills in media design, Bil attended video editing classes at The Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine.  He later attended at Pioneer Computer School in Hooksett, New Hampshire with a focus on graphic design and desktop publishing.  


Creating 1L Media, LLC (1LM) in 2005 and for the last decade, 1LM has focusing on community projects from UNH's Institute on Disability, Lakes Region Community Services, Gateways Community Services in Nashua, Community Bridges in Concord, Community Crossroads in Atkinson and the Community Support Network Inc (CSNI). 


CSNI hired 1LM to make the acclaimed documentary "Lost In Laconia".  "Lost in Laconia" was featured on public television and has been shown at numerous theaters, venues and schools throughout the state of NH.  "Lost in Laconia" has also been included in the curriculum of the University of New Hampshire's Family Studies program as well as other schools in NH.  


1L Media, LLC. continues to work with local businesses on projects ranging from videos,  advertisements and graphic design.

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