Gaelin Rosenwaks was inspired from a young age to take action in protecting marine life by a transformative experience with a beached whale on Long Island. Today, this renowned Marine Scientist, Explorer, Filmmaker and Author protects marine life by documenting research expeditions that unpack for the public the science behind what is being done to understand and protect our world's oceans. 

Gaelin's expeditions include voyages to the Arctic and Antarctic aboard icebreakers, sailing  both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans as well as numerous trips to the tropics to research the ecosystems, and impacts of climate change has had on our planet's waterways. She's been in private submarines plunging to the deepest depths of the ocean, as well as navigating sea ice in the Bering Sea. Gaelin's recent book, Sperm Whales: The Gentle Goliaths of the Ocean is a spectacular photographic journey into the lives of these intelligent and infinitely curious, deep diving creatures who hold the secrets of what lies at the bottom of the ocean in their watchful eyes.  

From the deepest blue hole, to swimming with sperm whales in Dominica, Gaelin's ocean-centric life creates both impact and inspiration. 

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