Ed McMullen is a Native of the Endless Mountain region, born & raised in Scranton Pa. He's had a wide & varied assortment of careers from social director at a number of Pocono Mountain Resorts to New York City Chef. From New York to Paris, New Orleans to Bangladesh, he has held an astonishing array of positions, ranging from his Voice of America Radio Program in Paris to serving four years as an Able Bodied Seaman with the United States Merchant Marine, traveling the world's Oceans, encountering myriad cultures and peoples.
Ed returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania in 1997. Since then, he has been an active member with the Scranton Public Theatre, performing in any number of S.P.T. Productions. His film credits include; "Stories from the Mines", "Clifford Township, 200 Years", "Looking to the River", & " The Impact and Role of Folk Art in Everyday Life".
In addition, Ed has had the great honor of serving as Curator of Collections at the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art from 2001 to 2005, where he was responsible for over 36 different Artistic & Historical Exhibitions, ranging from "Folk Art in America" to "Art through the Ages".
Ed is a registered artist with the N.E.I.U.'s "Arts Alive Program", a panelist for The Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts / Scranton Area Foundation and the Lackawanna County Council on the Arts as well as an Artist Educator at "The Scranton Cultural Center".
He has lectured extensively to Corporations, Schools and Cultural Organizations on a wide variety of subjects. Most recently he presented a 5 part Lecture Series for the Wyoming County Cultural Center at The Dietrich Theatre entitled "The History of Art... The Prehistoric to the Present".
His great passion for American History in particular inspired his construction of "The Patriot House", a colonial log Manor of his own design, destined to become one of the most popular B&B's in the Endless Mountains.