The significance of the spiral is prevalent throughout history and nature: found in galaxies, shell and leaf patterns. It is used by artists, mathematicians and architects, and said to symbolize union...



Spiral Pacific is a team of scientists, educators and film professionals working together to foster conservation of the endangered Pacific Ocean marine ecosystems.  Our mission is to explore the intertwined ecosystems around this vast ocean basin and research several human-caused stressors that contribute to overfishing, ocean acidification, the introduction of invasive species and the marine debris issues.  In our research, we highlight solutions enacted by the local communities around the Pacific Rim to address the decline in the overall health of the marine environment thus providing a base-line as to how these solutions can be stepped up globally. Additionally, these solutions are incorporated to create unique visual STEM-based curricula. Source material stimulates critical thinking and encourages students to participate in the vital fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Research highlights the next generation of lucrative careers will require extensive education in these fields. The ultimate goal is to educate and equip a new inclusive generation of ocean stewards.

Spiral Pacific is an independent transmedia non-profit corporation generating content that lives across multiple formats: print, television, video web assets and scientific research studies. Our unique projects are gaining momentum because our foundation is the spirit of cooperation for education. Footage and research are shared freely with collaborating scientists, artists, teachers and students.  Stunning imagery is paired with science to bring our actions to light in hopes of nudging humans toward change.  We are currently in production on a two-part documentary exploring ocean ecosystem connectivity filmed in 4K (Ultra HD.) Our travels will take us to nine Northern Pacific Rim locations to document the challenges facing the local human and marine life populations as they struggle to survive and adapt to an increasingly hostile environment.

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