Monday, February 2, 2015

Get Your Blue Mind On (as seen on Huffington Post)

November 14, 2011 by  
Filed under environment, neuroscience, Ocean

Tweet (Link to Huffington Post By Wallace J. Nichols and Sarah Kornfeld Our brains have an amazing ability to do something: hide a world of truth from us. We’re able to tune out the blinking lights and honking horns, the stress of work, the underwater mortgage, and those inappropriate clothes and music our kids […]


The sea is a dance (of oil)

April 29, 2010 by  
Filed under children, dance, environment, plastic pollution

Tweet It’s been hard to slow down. I’ve been working hard with J, Jake and Stuart on our piece at The Academy of Sciences in June. It’s a piece about the sea. But, I had forgotten the feeling of water: till I saw this woman dance. Last weekend, I saw her. She had her earphones […]


An ocean without a hero…

April 15, 2010 by  
Filed under children, environment, plastic pollution

Tweet This year is the 100th birthday of the great Jacques Cousteau. My whole life I’ve seen him as a hero: someone serious, brave, on a search – like this picture – a life etched against his own adventure. But, this is not what I was thinking a few days ago when my four-year-old son […]