Monday, July 7, 2014
Hello shark fans and ocean lovers!
Prints, framed prints, totes, shirts, onesies, clocks, mugs, shower curtains, iphone cases, ipad cases, laptop skins, and more now available on my Society6 page!
Including stills from my film FINconceivable! Portion of proceeds from “Stop Shark Finning” merch goes to Shark Stewards! Stickers of “Stop Shark Finning” available here!
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Thursday, July 3, 2014
Friday, May 9, 2014
My undergraduate senior thesis film at California College of the Arts.
Big thanks to Shark Stewards and Ocean Defender Hawaii for their help and support!
Narration by my fabulous cousin, Annaluna.
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“All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree.” - Albert Einstein
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Thursday, May 1, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Killing anything is unnecessary.
This shark cull is unsustainable and could be damaging for the ocean ecosystems around Australia and even the world! 100 million sharks are killed annually due to shark finning and bycatch already, Australia doesn't need to add to this huge number! But they ARE, despite citizen protests!
Sharks are wild animals, when we enter the ocean we are entering an unspoken agreement that we are in their domain. They aren't man hunters, nor is man a part of a sharks regular diet and you can take preventative measures to ensure you are safe in the ocean.
So here it is Cullin Barnet:
Sharks don't do it to you,
You don't do it to them.
Stop the Western Australia Shark Cull.
Some food for thought:
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Thursday, March 20, 2014
An Animated Documentary Short by Lily Williams
Ever wonder what would happen to the ocean if sharks disappear? This is a question I tackle in my shark infographics "What Happens When Sharks Disappear?" but there is so much more, which is why I was inspired to create FINconceivable.
FINconceivable (Summer 2014) an animated short, appropriate for all ages, touches on issues of overfishing, shark finning and the trophic cascade! It inspires people to further educate themselves on the importance of keystone species in our ecosystems and explaining why our humble planet needs healthy oceans to thrive.
Follow here and my Twitter and Vimeo for updates on the film through its release online in early Summer 2014!