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Check out me and my collection on Reelz “FanAddicts”

FanAddicts! | Movie Trailer | Review

The new show on the REELZ Channel, FanAddicts spent three days with me and my collection. They interviewed some of my friends, we traveled to Martha’s Vineyard, and an appraiser reviewed some of my JAWS items. Check it out at REELZ!

Video of Great White eating seal off Cape Cod

The Providence Journal reports on a Portsmouth, Rhode Island family that encountered a Great White feeding on a seal off of Cape Cod’s Monomoy Island last week.

Shark Week: “How JAWS Changed The World” tonight at 9pm E/P on Discovery

The Shark Week show “How JAWS Changed The World” is airing tonight at 9pm E/P on the Discovery Channel.

A part of my interview is in the promotional clip above!

Note: The name plate has me as an author, but we all know that Matt Taylor did the writing for our book.

Featured on Channel 10 in Providence, Rhode Island

On Friday, Channel 10’s R.J. Heim interviewed me about my collection, JAWS: Memories from Martha’s Vineyard, JAWSfest, and more.

The video above appeared on the Providence NBC affiliate WJAR’s 6pm Newscast.

Video promotion of SHARK, the exhibition – Fort Lauderdale

This video is a promotion for SHARK, the exhibition where some of the items from my collection are on display at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale.

Lady Blue Productions and reporter Paula Caro Bravo with the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale and Nova Southeastern University present “Shark”, the Art Exhibition that gathers more than 70 artist and more than 400 species in one expo to devour, playing now until January 6, 2013.

Immerse yourself in the World of Sharks. Discover this ancient and magnificent misunderstood top predator of the sea and learn the truth about them. “Shark”, a family activity to educate and inspire about marine conservation supporting Shark Savers and Shark Angels.

Travel back in time and place yourself in the middle of the making of Hollywood’s best seller, “Jaws”, or dive into a wall of the most complete, hand made artist guide of the miscalled “beats of the deep”.

Understand the reality of these millenary creatures and the polemic current situation they face in the modern world.

You just can’t miss Shark!, the expo. Open now! Fort Lauderdale Contemporary Museum of Arts