All posts by julesofthesea

Julia is an Environmental Studies & journalism alumni from the University of California, Santa Barbara, as well as an ocean lifeguard, surfer, & diver. You can usually find her frolicking in the ocean and finding excuses to play outside.

What Exists & Cannot Be Replaced

It seems that in search of things that are meant to bring our society happiness, we’ve lost touch with a beauty that already exists - new perspective from Caribbean waters.

Paradise Found

You'd never think this was an intentional venture - but here we are. Follow our journey as we tell a more honest story about traveling in paradise.

Stories from the Silence

The richest stories erupt from invisible places. A tale about society & our development - told through a narrative photostory of one of California's most unseen spaces.

Beauty in Transition

A brief moment to appreciate amidst great change.

When Saving the Planet is a Fight to Save Ourselves

Environmentalism, explained, in the world's longest nutshell. A series of chapters on social justice, equity, the environment, & how it all connects.

Playing with Fire

Flames have erupted once again, in the form of fiery vengeance against Pacific Gas & Electric - but how do we seek justice against the enemy we cannot see?

Washed Away: 18 Years of Exxon

Exxon's bold promise for a better tomorrow - and how industry uses greenwashing to get its way.

New Article Published on “The Inertia”

Find my latest contribution to The Inertia at the link provided below. LINK here  

“Big Oil Don’t Surf,” but it does make surf movies.

A reflection on Patagonia's new environmental surf film, "Nevertown," and the tensions that exist within our global struggle to break with Big Oil.