exploring the modern world of citizen-science

filmmaker & Explorer

Follow me on my journey to document the new world of modern citizen-science and its contribution to conservation. What started as a simple beach debris survey down the coast of Washington has taken me to remote volcanic islands in the Alaskan Aleutians as well as joining the hunt for invasive species in the Salish Sea.

THERE’S A REVOLUTION HAPPENING IN SCIENCE. AND NOW, MORE THAN EVER, YOU CAN BE PART OF IT.

is it time to forgive SeaWorld?

During my recent visit to San Diego I was torn on whether to visit SeaWorld. Like most I was deeply moved by the documentary Blackfish. Living in the Pacific Northwest and sharing the waters with these Orca it was especially hard to watch portions of the film.

But it seems SeaWorld has evolved in their mission and perhaps we should also. 

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My latest work

  • pelicans
    A Quick Visit to the San Diego Museum of Natural History
  • snow
    Despite Record Snowfall A Successful Beach Survey
  • Beaver Falls
    A Little Known Gem Called Lyre River
  • Winter Storms Creating Havoc with COASST Surveys
  • Point Wilson Lighthouse
    Gales Rip through Point Wilson
  • Fishing Debris
    Changing the Way We Think About Plastic
  • Jayhawk 60
    Surviving Winter in Grayland
  • Wild China
    Wild China - Exploring a Different and Enchanting Land
  • Big Fish in a Little Stream
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