Can chefs make delicious creations from something that can help save our oceans?
Join current student Carlos-Henri Ferré as he speaks about his summer 2018 experience working for a film and television production company, specifically helping to produce an episode on kelp (the farm, the chefs, and the experts he helped interviewed). He will talk about kelp's potential and where the producers hope the kelp industry and the series will go. He will also discuss environmental communication and methods for becoming more effective storytellers. The talk will end with a brief screening of the episode.
About the Speaker
Originally from Boston, MA, Carlos-Henri is currently a 2nd-year IEP student focusing on Sustainability Management. Having studied English at the University of Maryland, College Park, he spent two years in Washington, D.C. ghostwriting and eventually worked with National Geographic. Carlos-Henri aims to connect mainstream audiences with environmental issues through food, writing, and film. When not working, you can find him somewhere on the water, or cooking something over fire.
Lecture Location: McGowan 102
The McGowan Building is located at 411 Pacific Street, Monterey, CA, 93940, on the campus of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Attendees should enter through the glass doors from Pacific Street, and room 102 is located inside to the right.
Parking is available in any Middlebury Institute campus lot after 5 p.m., or on the street (time limits on surrounding streets end at 6 p.m.)
Contact Rachel Christopherson at the Center for the Blue Economy at email@example.com or (831) 647-4183.