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.

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

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A most unusual hut at Frenchman's Cove

This was one of those times when you start wondering if there’s something to the whole, “Fall down the rabbit hole” of  Alice in Wonderland. 

While hiking out at Frenchman’s Cove we came upon one the most unusual little hut’s I’ve ever seen. I expected the elf from Lucky Charm’s to come walking out the front door.

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Tacoma Audubon Speaker Series

June 27th, 2019 at 7 PM

I’ve been invite by the Tahoma Audubon Society to speak about some of the challenges and rewards of performing beach-cast bird surveys on a remote section of Washington’s Coast located south of La Push. Storms, tides, mud, and rogue waves are just some of the obstacles to be overcome but the reward is well worth the effort. i’ll be showing both slides and short movies during his talk.

The event is open to the public and free. Find more details here.

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