If someone had told me a year ago that I would be doing my dream job in my fluffy slippers from the comfort of my flat, I would have burst out laughing and asked if they needed some water.
‘Fishing communities are something I will photograph for my entire career’: In our interview with Joanne Coates, the photographer behind some of the most honest and real fishing photos you’ll see and an MWC favourite, we learnt about Jo’s creative eye and sources of inspiration, the power of photography to affect change, and much more.
Day two at Mindfully Wired and our new Policy Projects Manager Sara is diving in at the deep end: straight into a workshop in the country’s bustling capital. The event: Hauling Up Solutions, set to tackle problems with cetacean bycatch in UK fisheries.
Mindfully Wired’s Director Katrina Ryan explains what sets us apart as an organisation, and why we’re celebrating International Women’s Day with the announcement of an exciting opportunity.
From the Houses of Parliament to the Royal Geographic Society to Fishmongers’ Hall, MWC’s Intern Jacob Ashton tells us what it means to collaborate with fish-focused Parliamentarians and why he is optimistic about the future of fisheries management and policy.
After our live-tweeting success at the Coastal Futures 2019 conference (we became the UK trending hashtag for a few hours, no big deal), Comms Officer Noa Leach shares our ten steps to reaching the top.