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060: Jon Bowermaster, Environmental Filmmaker, Writer, Adventurer
Jon Bowermaster, Photo by Chris Rahm

060: Jon Bowermaster, Environmental Filmmaker, Writer, Adventurer

“I didn’t have leather jackets but I did have leather bound journals”

Welcome to Notes on Doing, conversations with people who love what they do.

I’m Jenna Matecki.

Our next episode goes to Jon Bowermaster, an environmental filmmaker, writer, and adventurer. Jon is an oceans expert who has spent his career telling stories about climate change and conservation. He has traveled from his home in New York’s Hudson Valley to over 90 countries around the world, often by sea kayak.

Listen to what Jon had to say about running a newspaper out of a basement in Iowa, leather jackets, 8inch floppy disks, writing for every major print magazine in the 80s and 90s, dogsleds, polar explorers, sea fossils on the chilean altiplano, the true nature of danger, the birthplace of the winds, and learning.

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Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing episode 060, with Jon Bowermaster.

Check out Jon’s films and writing at jonbowermaster.com and on Instagram @jonbowermaster.

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Until soon! In the meantime, do you.