[EDIT] + ACC presents... The Story of Sarah Conley's Ticklebelly Hill, New Brunswick Sarah Conley spent three years working in Scotland before returning to her home province of Ontario. She moved to New Brunswick in 2017, enthralled by the natural beauty of the surroundings and a fairy tale of a business opportunity.
Atop a hill in southern New Brunswick sprawls scenic farmland. Ticklebelly Hill is a red post-and-beam barn that is 150 years old, still intact and true to its history but enhanced by modern touches.
It is here that Sarah Conley's New Brunswick adventure began... “This is the perfect place for me,” she tells Morgan Leet on page 56 of the brand new volume of [EDIT].
Watch and share this short film by Jordan Mattie for [EDIT] about why moving to New Brunswick is the best decision Sarah ever made.
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EDITOR: JORDAN MATTIE
CAMERAS: JORDAN MATTIE
ADDITIONAL FILMING: JUDITH MATTIE
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: MORGAN LEET
PRODUCER: JAMES MULLINGER PAMELA MULLINGER
DIRECTOR: JORDAN MATTIE