Latest Projects

 Peaking through the CCGS Amundsen icebreaker window while going through the Northwest Passage for research in 2009. 

Peaking through the CCGS Amundsen icebreaker window while going through the Northwest Passage for research in 2009. 

I have worked with private companies, non-profits, governmental organizations, and academic sectors in projects related to ocean science, communication, and education. I love to bridge the gap between science and the public, using different communication tools. 

Here are some recent projects:  

  • Engaging Youth in Arctic Coastal Communities on microplastics and marine plastic pollution using Participatory Video in the Community-Based Research Lab at the Univ. of Victoria for my PhD 
  • Developing my organization Live It to provide a platform connecting classrooms with experts in the field or underwater in real-time from sea to space: LiveIt.Earth
  • Supporting Pacific Wild with Marine Planning and Communications for the Marine Protected Areas Campaign
  • Providing Arctic footage for the Franklin Exhibit in museums across Canada with the Royal Ontario Museum
  • Creating an Innovative French Educational program with the BC Ministry of Education to connect French schools in BC with French schools in New Caledonia through Live Underwater Shows
  • Organizing over 15 live underwater broadcasting events with Fish Eye Project (Shipwreck, Arctic, Deep-Sea, for classrooms and Giant Screens)
  • Developing a Community monitoring App and Producing a promotional video for BeachObserver.com
  • Annotating species in deep-sea videos and creating species guides for the Marine Spatial Analysis and Planning Group at Fisheries and Oceans Canada supporting Marine Protected Areas

 

 

 

 

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