Learn more about the team behind Maine School of Archery
Winn Brown is a USA Archery Level III Coach, Level I and II Instructor Trainer, and founder and head coach at Maine School of Archery. Winn is passionate about making archery accessible, safe and enjoyable for everyone. As a USA Archery Instructor Trainer, Winn works with many of the summer camps in southern Maine to certify their archery counselors. He has also certified many of the Level II Instructors in Maine. Winn teaches archery at LL Bean in Freeport, Point Sebago Resort in Naples, and Portland Recreation in Portland. A Maine native, Winn returned to the state after years away and now resides in Naples with his wife Kathy. When he is not coaching, Winn is an avid bow hunter, embracing every chance to pursue his passion for archery and the great outdoors here in Maine.
Tom Stocker, a USA Archery Level 2 Instructor, recently retired from a career as a science teacher and now enjoys sharing his passion for archery with both young people and adults. His love of archery, sparked by his father during his childhood in New Jersey, has flourished over the years. After college, Tom moved to Maine with his wife Sarah, where they raised their family on a working farm in Buckfield. This rural lifestyle provided ample opportunity to hone his skills with the compound bow. Tom now dedicates his time to perfecting his recurve archery skills and enjoying time with his grandchildren. Residing in Bath, he continues to share his love for teaching through his role as a Sea Kayak Guide at LL Bean and an instructor with the Maine School of Archery.
Cooper Power, a Level 2 USA Archery Instructor, blends his love for the outdoors with a deep commitment to teaching. Raised in Maine, his passion for nature shines through his love for bowhunting, fly fishing, hiking, and canoe racing. Cooper's professional life extends beyond archery; he is a dedicated public school teacher with a specialization in working with individuals with disabilities. His dedication to personal growth and teaching is also evident in his lifelong pursuit of martial arts, where he both trains and instructs at The Academy in Portland. Cooper shares his archery expertise at L.L. Bean in Freeport and at the Maine School of Archery, enriching students' lives with his holistic approach to instruction.