Today, the Broken Wagon Films crew had the incredible honor of meeting, speaking with, and interviewing inspiring environmentalist, scientist, and author Dr. Wallace ‘J’ Nichols. We had the opportunity to talk in length about Baja, his work and experiences there and how it pertains to The Devil’s Road, his Blue Mind movement, and the ways in which he’s working to inspire in others a deeper connection with nature.
His work has been broadcast on NPR, BBC, PBS, National Geographic, and Animal Planet and featured in Time, Newsweek, GQ, Scientific American, and New Scientist, among many others. His national best selling book, Blue Mind, gives readers a deeper insight into the science behind why being in, on, under, or near water (be it the ocean, a river, a pool, or beyond) helps us lead healthier and happier lives. His recent work has inspired the Blue Mind movement and the concept of neuroconservation, merging the fields of cognitive science, human emotion, and ocean exploration and conservation.
Learn more about Dr. Nichols and his innovative, visionary work here.
Please stay tuned for our full interview.