Reabsorbing Carbon, RE:TV

RE:TV was founded by King Charles III of the United Kingdom to feature innovations tackling the climate change and biodiversity crisis. Hear me speak about Vesta’s groundbreaking Coastal Enhanced Weathering pilot project in NY, USA


Solving for Zero, full version available on Wondrium

In this documentary inspired by Bill Gates’ book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, explore how changemakers like myself are developing remarkable new tools and methods to help lower carbon emissions to net-zero by the year 2050


In “Solving for Zero,” a common rock lies at the heart of a powerful climate change-fighting technology, interview with Scientific Inquirer




Project Vesta: Dr. Grace Andrews’ Big Idea That Might Save the World, interview with Fotis Georgiadis, Authority Magazine




Bright Club Southampton – Researchers become Comedians 

Science outreach comes in all forms – in this case, stand-up comedy. This show was designed for a mature audience. Explicit content and strong language is used.



Greenland Rivers

Drone footage of my PhD research field site in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland 



Climate Research at the End of the World, by Josh Haner, The New York Times 

A look at climate research in Greenland, and the logistics of completing this work. Included is a spotlight on my research and a drone video of my assistant and I working on the surface of the Greenland Ice Sheet.


NASA Screen shotNASA | Rising Seas: Science on the Greenland Ice Sheet

A profile on active scientific research in Greenland concerning the melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet and global sea level rise. Here me describe what it takes to do fieldwork in one of the most remote places in the world.