Taking a Toke is a documentary that takes the viewers into the challenging journey of many moms fighting a battle for their children. It explores how vaping was introduced as a safe alternative to smoking with ads targeting teens, and its effects on health. Lori Tobin is the producer. She is a resident of Hull, MA. An anti-vaping activist and a proponent of children’s health, she’s also the founder of SporTobin, a Hull-based apparel company with custom-made workout clothes. Lori has spoken actively on the South Shore and beyond promoting healthy eating habits and exercise, especially in young children. She also supports a number of local organizations including but not limited to Wellspring, Hull Youth Lacrosse, and Hingham Youth Soccer. Lori is also the founder of Keep Going Kidz, an exercise and health education program.
Joseph Collymore-Small is a veteran publishing executive with over 40 years in the education publishing industry having served in senior executive positions with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Pearson Education. A few years ago, Joe began his “encore career” performing under the name of Joseph Collymore as a SAG-actor, voice artist, storyteller, and a TV producer for a community access provider on the South Shore. He’s currently co-producing several feature programs including Harborview, Close Ups, and 10,000 Steps To Healthy Living: Joe’s Journey. All of these programs are featured on Harbor Media. Joe is a long-time resident living on the South Shore. He earned his Bachelor’s in Communications from Providence College.
- Why did you decide to take on this documentary project?
- Why tackle this yourself?
- Why is vaping dangerous?
- What impact are you trying to make?
- What does it mean to take a toke?
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