Brian Lightbody standing next to the Aquariumin S.E.A. PARK he helped create.
Brian Lightbody standing next to the Aquarium S.E.A. PARK he helped create.

Brian Lightbody

Brian is an avid enthusiast of everything the natural world of Maine has to offer including its geology, flora, fauna, and marine life.

He and his wife Jo-Ann have had a home in Camden for 12 years, retired full time for the last four. They feel fortunate to live in a place with such spectacular beauty. Brian is passionate about investing his energy into helping preserve the natural ecology through active involvement in conservation, citizen advocacy, and community education.

He is a member of the Camden Conservation Commission, and the Camden Shade Tree Committee. Brian is also a volunteer with the Knox-Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District, which provides assistance in the conservation of land and water resources, working on behalf of KlSWCD he has participated in several invasive plant surveys throughout Camden and the surrounding area.

He has a BS degree in Biochemistry from Suffolk University, including summer marine biology studies at a field station in Cobscook Bay. His career has been focused on the development and commercialization of technologies for biotechnology discovery research, most recently with the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor.