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To Drive a Pro Ocean Narrative Into Main Stream Media
The Ocean Courier story expands the family of ocean advocates by attracting people not typically drawn to conservation media. Our unique hook— the story of two everyday people voyaging on a sailboat. .
We use interactive media to develop relationships with our audience as the story unfolds, transforming them into active participants. We bring you behind the scenes! Nothing is hidden. It’s real people, real issues, real solutions.
The heart of Ocean Courier is conservation. The situations may be dire, but our focus is always on the progress and the passion, the joys and successes. Ocean Courier inspires ocean interest, concern, and action.
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Proposed Route and ProjectsWe like to think of it as a survey of ocean conservation efforts around the world. This map illustrates some of the locations we may choose as episodes.
The Ocean Courier Advisor Team
T moved aboard her boat Daphne with her adorable cat in 2008, and never looked back. Her love of the ocean is infectious.
Ben grew up clamming on Long Island, and was bitten by the bug early on. He still wishes there were enough clams to make a living digging.
Luke is a serial entrepreneur, and educator. He graduated from Harvard Business School and founded the Shackleton school.
Wallace J. Nichols
J is a sea turtle biologist, and author of Blue Mind – your brain on water. He believes water makes us better humans.
Deb was appalled at the devastation in the Gulf of Mexico after the Deepwater Horizon accident. She’s been fighting for the oceans ever since.
Chris teaches Environmental Filmmaking at American University, and authored “Shooting In The Wild” about filming nature.
Rod is Executive VP of Oceanic Society, a sea turtle lover, and active in many, many ocean conservation programs around the world.
Maryanne has been writing and producing for television for over 20 years, many of them at National Geographic.
You’ve probably seen some of Bills camera work. He’s worked on so many big shoots, where to start, we don’t know.