earthOCEAN specializes in the creation and production of environmental, science, and natural history based educational media. Chris Johnson is a filmmaker, photographer and producer. Genevieve Johnson is a writer, educator and researcher. They co-direct earthOCEAN. Sometimes they use the assistance of the professional letter writer service, editing and making revisions to their texts and projects.
The following is the latest news about earthOCEAN:
- 10.22.2007 -
earthOCEAN post the first episode of the five-part online documentary series - Whales of the Mediterranean Sea.
- 05.30.2007 -
earthOCEAN announce the next installment in the series CETACEAN INVESTIGATION "Whales of the Mediterranean Sea". Between June - August 2007, earthOCEAN will work with, and document researchers and conservation groups in Spain, Italy and Greece, exploring the threats to cetaceans and marine ecosystems.
- 04.11.2007 -
earthOCEAN launch CETACEAN INVESTIGATION - a new series of documentary programs unconvering the science of whales, dolphins, & porpoises around the world.
- 04.10.2007 -
Today, a new education initiative was lauched on earthOCEAN.tv earthOCEAN Encounters are multimedia education reports from the field and encounters with the natural world. Some topics include environmental issues, species habitats, and conservation efforts.
- 03.10.2007 -
The earthOCEAN film - "Southern Right Whales of Argentina" chosen to be screened by the public at the Wildlife Asia film and environmental festival in Singapore on March 15, 2007.
- 03.09.2007 -
Chris & Genevieve Johnson of earthOCEAN are speaking at Wildlife Asia: Asia's Premier Wildlife and Environmental Film Festival, Singapore March 13-16 2007.
- 12.01.2006 -
Chris and Genevieve Johnson of earthOCEAN are invited to participate as keynote speakers in SUBIOS festival in March 2007 in the Seychelles.
earthOCEAN produce a 25 minute bi-lingual educational video - "Southern Right Whales of Argentina", specifically designed to raise awareness about southern right whales.
- 09.15.2006 -
earthOCEAN sign agreement with Instituto de Conservacion de Ballenas in Buenos Aires Argentina to produce education media to be distributed freely throughout the country.