Annie Crawley is a world-traveled journalist and ocean explorer that weaves a remarkable story through scenes of underwater beauty and precious moments of contact with the residents of the sea. She has that contagious spark of energy and enthusiasm that motivates everyone to learn. Her amazing collection of underwater photography and video combined with her immense knowledge of marine biology and environmental issues creates a mesmerizing presentation. Annie exposes you to the magical world of the ocean, then truly inspires you to take better care of it.
“How many times in the past week have you thought or said, ‘Oh, just throw it away?’ Well what if you realized, there is no away, everything goes somewhere,” Annie Crawley explains. Incorporating science, basic oceanography, geography, marine biology, journalism and storytelling, she takes you on an adventure to discover how plastic was invented and the impacts it has had on our society.
Sunday, October 6, 4pm
$10 tickets, general admission, free for students
ZeroWaste Vashon is proud to present Annie Crawley with the generous support of Windermere Vashon.