Recent Work

  • tahi

    Migration: The Untold Story

    The story of the greatest human migration of all time - the voyage of discovery undertaken over 4,000 years by our Polynesian tupuna.
    Ian Taylor: "I was introduced to the untold story of the greatest migration in the history of mankind by Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith, the principal investigator for National Geographic's genographic project, 'From Africa to Aotearoa'. The project set out to chart new knowledge about the migratory history of the human species, specifically in addressing the migration history of Aotearoa, New Zealand. It is the amazing story of how a small band of humans left Africa 60,000 years ago, spread across the entire world and finally journeyed here to Aotearoa, New Zealand - the longest and most dangerous leg of the human journey."

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  • rua

    SAVE THE ANTIPODEAN ALBATROSS

    Sentinel of The Ocean

    Live Ocean is raising funds and working with Southern Seabirds Solutions Trust to identify and accelerate positive action including satellite tracking, seabird smart fishing practices and innovation. Albatrosses and other seabirds are ship followers and are accidentally caught when longlines are being set by commercial fishing vessels.

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  • toru

    Journey's End

    The Fa’afaite waka voyage began in Tahiti and ended at Mahia Peninsula. A voyage made in state of the art craft, guided only by the stars, the ocean currents and an understanding that we are at one with the universe.

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