April 6, 2020 ·

nicktaylor
Searching for “fragments of opportunity” (FOO) on Pulaski Reef. These fragments from wild stands of Acropora cervicornis (staghorn) will later be planted on blocks in the nursery.

In this follow-up to our piece with Florida underwater photojournalist Jennifer Adler , we talk to Jenny about the life of a freelancer, balancing grant assignments and commercial work, and take a look at one of her more recent projects at a coral farm in the Dry Tortugas.

The scientists went to a new outplanting site (they said it doesn’t have an official name) to plant more corals. They planted 1220 total! (goal was 1000)

Nick Taylor

April 2020

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Nick Taylor is a British/Canadian film editor and director based in Toronto. His work has been shown at TIFF, SXSW, Cannes Market, Traverse City and many other festivals. He has worked extensively in television for networks like A&E and the CBC. His new feature documentary 'The Organizer' is available on iTunes, March 5th.

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