The Dolphin Club is a non-profit public access athletic organization for water enthusiasts, boaters, rowers, swimmers, surfers and kayakers. Founded in 1877, the club has a storied history of community recreation, advocacy, and stewardship. So it was appropriate that The San Francisco Baykeeper hosted their event, “Envisioning the Future of a Healthy San Francisco Bay” at the club. SF Baykeeper does some amazing work to help keep the waters of the Bay Area clean, safe, and accessible. At the event Baykeeper laid out “an integrated 25-year vision of action and stewardship to make the Bay the healthiest estuary in North America.” It was much fun and an honor to provide visual storytelling. Here are a few images from the event:
The following nonsense is mainly for the search engine robots. Read on, if you like. Drew is an Oakland Freelance Photographer and a San Francisco Freelance Photographer and a Bay area Freelance Photographer, a bay area conservation photographer, an Oakland wedding photojournalist and a San Francisco wedding photojournalist and a bay area event photographer and a Berkeley photographer; while he is based in the Bay area, Drew regularly photographs for clients throughout all of California, including Los Angeles, Lake Tahoe, San Jose, Marin County, Santa Cruz, Eureka, Santa Rosa, Mendocino, Monterey, Sacramento, Santa Barbra, and Napa, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, Nevada, all across the USA and everywhere on Earth. He specializes in creative storytelling and artistic photojournalism, environmental photojournalism, conservation photography, environmental justice photography, and stories about human-earth relationships including urban farming, agriculture, water use, climate change, ocean issues, energy issues, pollution, and natural resource economics. You can view more of his photojournalism, editorial, and lifestyle work here and more of his documentary style wedding work here.