“Solving the Mystery of Dying Starfish” wins Emmy for Laura James

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Laura James, Puget Sound, Seastars, Solving the Mystery of Dying Starfish, Star Fish Wasting Syndrome, Meg Rebreather, GUE, Seattle, This Girl Can Dive, Sea Otters v. Climate Change, Rosemary E Lunn, Roz Lunn, The Underwater Marketing Company, scuba diving, female divers, sea hero, Cox Conservation Hero, Sustainable West Seattle, Laura James in her beloved Puget Sound

Talk to filmaker and underwater explorer Laura James for five minutes, and the name ‘Puget Sound’ will be mentioned in the conversation somewhere. You soon learn this is no coincidence. Laura’s self imposed mission is to share the undersea world of this Washington State Sound in such a way that people discover what is going on beneath the waves, and learn to love and protect the Sound as much as she does.

It does help that this self-effacing West Seattle advocate is a respected, Emmy award winning, accomplished recreational, technical and rebreather diver with north of 5,000 dives underneath her belt. Using the power of film and journalism she highlights pollution problems and other environmental factors that impact on this inlet of the Pacific Ocean.

In 2013 Laura James collaboratived on a report ‘Sea Otters v. Climate Change’ and won an Emmy Award for her photography in June 2014. The report was honoured…

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