HIGHLIGHTS From The Episode:
Growing up on her grandparent’s coffee plantation in Hawaii
How to find good coffee around the world, and the best cup in Encinitas
Diving for fish on the rocky shores of Hawaii at age 5
A self taught photographer, and buying her first camera at age 15
Photography before social media and the instant gratification
Why shooting underwater is drastically different than land
4:20 and the meditative state of holding your breath underwater
Making the choice to put school on hold and travel the world
Sarah’s collaboration with Alison’s Adventures, and world travel adventure
Why you should follow your curiosity instead of your passion
Current camera gear, starting with simple gear and working your way up
Links / Resources
Ban on sunscreen in Hawaii: http://www.haereticus-lab.org/
Recommended Book: https://www.elizabethgilbert.
Inspiring waterwoman Kimiwerner: http://www.kimiwerner.com/
Originally from Maine, Jillian Morris-Brake joins us from the Bahamas to talk about the career she created as a shark entrepreneur. The Bahamas are considered the shark capital of the world; from Great Hammerheads, Lemon Sharks, Nurse Sharks and much more. Jillian shares the struggle of living on a tiny island and her lengthy commute to get lettuce, theories on why sharks attack, and how to create the life you’ve always dreamed of.
Into Crushing Waves and the Glass Ceiling?
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