I am from the beautiful state of New Hampshire and have an extensive background in music and photography. I get cameras in the hands of those that create and let them run wild; while educating them on the principles of quality video production. I appreciate the non-profit nature of the station, so I have volunteered since 2010.
Board President & Station Co-Founder
Alexis grew up in Pittsburgh, Pa and was fortunate to have gone through the Tam-o-Shanter art classes at the Carnegie Museum during high school and minored in art in college. She has worked for Time Warner Cable in Denver and while doing so learned the power of public access television. When she moved to Fort Collins she became a volunteer producer and learned how to shoot, edit and produce a wide variety of her own shows. From an irreverent cooking show, to chronicling Fort Collins' unique Cemetery Stroll historical re-enactments, to social justice and locally-interesting events to her ongoing show Beware Theater where she hosts old black and white horror movies as Arachna of the Spider People. Alexis has also served on the FC Public Media board for several years. She created Beware Theater in 2013 and has 17 shows. Beware Theater can be seen with various schedules on FC Public Media in Fort Collins, Comcast Channel 97 and also on Denver Open Media, Comcast channel 57, , Betamax TV on ROKU and
I've been a volunteer producer at FC Public Media for the past four years. I go around town video taping speakers who show up with something interesting to say then I edit the video and give it to FCPM for broadcast on Channel 97. Each time I learn more about how to do video and about what's going on in Fort Collins and the rest of the world. I like that. I also enjoy helping others with their projects and we have a great studio now so we can offer more services to promote local non-profits and creative individuals.
A native Coloradan, Marjorie has lived in Fort Collins for 35 years. She is one of the few people who will admit that their favorite hobby is watching TV. She has a background in journalism, public relations and marketing. She is also a former small-business owner. Currently, Marjorie runs the in-house TV station at Good Samaritan Society Loveland Village, where she started as a volunteer in 2004 and was hired as a media tech in 2008. Marjorie considers public access television to be today’s version of the town square: all residents have opportunity to make their voices heard. She’s excited to help FCPM continue to build community awareness of and participation in this valuable resource.
Board Member & Station Intern