science writer . multi-media maker . uscg licensed captain
Multimedia Journalism Reel
Excerpts from videos, tv broadcast segments, and radio stories for NPR, PBS NewsHour, The Lens, Scientific American, and more.
Meet the Scientists Using FOIA to See Their Competitor’s Grants
Sea Snails on Acid: A new study finds ocean acidification may be causing a trippy set of behaviors in sea snails.
The Mercury News
With San Clemente Dam Gone are Steelhead Trout About to Make a Comeback in the Carmel River?
Decision over a tiny baitfish could sway the largest East Coast fishery
Scientists are studying how an increasingly acidic ocean will affect marine life near the shore.
This restaurant takeout service swaps Styrofoam for sustainable
NPR Weekend Edition
Radio Story: The ‘Angels’ of the Appalachian Trail
A collaborative Hello Ocean research expedition. Teresa is the co-founder and producer for Hello Ocean.
A simple perspective on the American dream. Living big in small places.
Radio Story: Santa Cruz Doctor Close to a Cure for Deadly Mushroom Poisoning
Bringing Back the Nassau Grouper
2017 Beneath The Waves Film Festival
This graveyard gives insight into the lives of stranded dolphins
How Building A Wall Can Save A Forest
One Simple QUESTion
A feature length eco-documentary about a journey in a small sailboat to find a record-breaking iceberg. Written & produced by Teresa Carey.
The Jones Act, explained (and what waiving it means for Puerto Rico)
I love working with teams on multi-element projects that maximize community engagement. That’s why I co-founded Hello Ocean to support science through multi-media and research-under-sail expeditions. My work is inspired by thousands of miles at sea as a U.S. Coast Guard licensed captain. I care about stories that draw on the intersection of science, culture, and heart, providing a new perspective on the world. My recent appointments include UC Santa Cruz science journalism graduate program, and PBS NewsHour Science and Social Media Fellow. I’m currently a science writer for the National Human Genome Research Institute and a National Geographic Explorer where I plan to continue using multi-media to inspire people to create solutions.
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