Archive for January, 2011

Kip Evans featured at Point Lobos Foundation Annual Meeting

Kip Evans featured at Point Lobos Foundation Annual Meeting

Recently, Kip had the honor of being the featured speaker at the annual membership meeting of the Point Lobos Foundation. Kip’s presentation focused on marine protected areas (MPAs) and how his work of creating films and fine art photography helps to promote these beautiful, protected areas to the public. To view “A Wave of Change”, […]


Sonoma Environmental Film Festival

Sonoma Environmental Film Festival

This past weekend Kip’s film “A Wave of Change” was screened at the Sonoma Environmental Film Festival. Following the films of the day, Kip was invited to participate in a panel discussion on the topic of marine protected areas. Below is an excerpt from an article featured in the Sonoma Tribune, which interviewed Kip at […]


2010 Expedition Recap

2010 Expedition Recap

As the Director of Photography and Expeditions for Dr. Sylvia Earle’s SEAlliance Foundation, Kip has traveled around the world documenting “Hope Spots”, special ocean areas that are critical to protect and that highlight the need for marine protected areas. During 2010, Kip and the SEAlliance Team visited Belize, Cuba, and Mexico in their quest to […]


Subs for Science

Subs for Science

In a recent article written for SEAlliance, Kip Evans shares his views on the use of manned submersibles to explore the ocean’s depths. “In 1977, Alvin, the first untethered manned submersible, was used to confirm theories of seafloor spreading along the Mid-Atlantic ridge. Much to the amazement of scientists, the area was home to a […]