Master builder Chase Morrill is the star of “Maine Cabin Masters” on the DIY Network.

The reality show airing on the DIY network, follows the Kennebec Property Services crew, which includes Morrill’s family and longtime friends, as they gut, rehab, and redecorate classic Maine camps and cabins. A tenth-generation Mainer, Morrill and his crew work with tight budgets and timeframes while producers capture up to forty hours of footage for one episode. “Maine Cabin Masters” launched its second season in November.


Video Recorded January 30, 2018

Host: Eric Russell

Eric Russell has been a general assignment reporter at the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram since 2012. Eric is often free to roam the state in pursuit of the most interesting stories and people. His favorite assignments have him tackling the big topic of the day or chasing ideas that fall just outside the boundaries of everyday news. Eric grew up in Southern Maine, went to college at the University of Maine and worked in Bangor for eight years before joining the Press Herald. He lives in Brunswick with his wife, a school teacher, and two daughters.


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