TEDxSeaPoint – Who moved my sushi?

I was privileged enough to take part in this year’s TEDxSeaPoint conference held at the Pavilion in the Waterfront.

I found myself surrounded by inspirational thinkers and doers who have the ability to motivate change within us all to help save our dying oceans. Amongst the speakers were presenter and producer of international hit TV series Cooked, Getaway To Africa and Exploring The Vine – Justin Bonello, star and creator of National Geographic Channel’s Shark Men – Chris Fischer, the brilliant underwater photographer – Fiona Ayerst, free diver – Hanli Prinsloo, Animal Behaviorist & Conservationist – Hayley McLellan and Olympic Swimmer and shark attack survivor – Achmat Hassiem

Also lending their support – The very talented Louise Day and the equally talented Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

JUSTIN BONELLO

JUSTIN BONELLO

Hanli Prinsloo  Free Diver

Khonzani Lembeni Educator

Hayley McLellan  Animal Behaviorist & Conservationist

Louise day  Performing Artist at TEDxSeaPoint

Louise day  Performing Artist at TEDxSeaPoint

Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

Zolani Mahola and Kyla-Rose Smith of Freshlyground

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  1. These pics capture the committed energy that was evident on this incredible day! Well done Vincent!

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