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Henry Marte
Social Media/Content and Event Manager

Henry Marte produces and manages Western Avenue Studios & Loft’s content and social media presence. He also plans and executes events for Western Avenue. In addition, Henry is a published photographer with various print credits and a filmmaker with broadcast television credits, and he focuses on conveying the power of storytelling through his works.

Henry is a graduate of the Documentary Film School at the Massachusetts College of Arts & Design. In addition, he holds multiple professional certificates including: Digital Media Marketing and Social Media Management from Middlesex Community College and Drone Operator License issued by the Federal Aviation Administration. 

Furthermore, Henry has received business and leadership training through the EforAll Business Accelerator program and was a part of the Team RWB Leadership Development Fellowship.

As an active member of his community, Henry sits on the Greater Lowell Community Foundation’s Mosaic Lowell Steering Committee, Refuge Lowell’s Advisory Board, and Project Learn’s Associate Board. His latest professional accomplishment includes being named a 2022 Distinguished Young Professional by the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce.

A fun fact about Henry is that Lowell diner Gormley’s Cafe named a breakfast after him, The Henry Marte.

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