The PlanSEA.org Mission Statement
Our mission is to produce educational multi-media programming emphasizing the importance of sustaining planet earth, with special emphasis on oceans and all marine environments.
We believe the ocean is the next critical frontier upon which to focus for the protection of resources that are vital to global quality of life and prosperity. We are thinking beyond “Going Green” and recognize the urgency of “Going Blue.”
PlanSEA.org is a non-profit video production company based in Honolulu, Hawaii. The organization was founded in 2009 by Ray Hollowell, an acclaimed ocean adventure cameraman and TV producer with more than three decades of video experience. PlanSEA.org was formed to develop a comprehensive media approach to educate future generations about the importance of becoming good stewards of the sea.
PlanSEA.org, a 501(c)(3), currently consists of volunteers and a board of directors. The organization has established strategic partnerships in its initial years of existence and has created a signature ocean adventure educational television and internet series titled My Beach Report.
Check out PlanSEA TV and our latest production for children's hospitals worldwide
About the PlanSEA TV DVD
Designed specifically for kids, PlanSEA.org has created the ultimate in ocean adventure programming. The project, PlanSEA TV, is 60 minutes of inspiring, riveting stories about the larger-than-life connection between humans and our oceans.
These stories feature compelling, up-close footage that reveals what the ocean means to us, and how we can become good stewards of our marine environment. PlanSEA.org programming also reveals how the ocean can have a healing, therapeutic effect on children of all ages regardless of their abilities.
Over the last few years, Kai Wilding, A.K.A. “Kai The Ocean Guy,” has been an on-camera spokesman and TV host for PlanSEA.org and our My Beach Report ocean adventure multimedia series. We’ve donated our content to children’s hospitals, schools nationwide, children’s after school programs, facilities for at-risk youth, the GOOGLE OCEANS project, the Ocean Network, U.S Military Channels worldwide and throughout Japan’s consumer market via our partner, Sunsmile Japan.
The goal is to manufacture more than 10,000 PlanSEA TV DVDs in our first year and donate them as a “pillow gift” to entertain, educate, and, most importantly, inspire children during their stay in the hospital.
Join the PlanSEA.org team in our mission to contribute to children’s health, education, and the conservation of our planet’s oceans!
The Maharaja of Jodhpur & Marwar India, Gaj Singh II endorses PlanSEA.org
GREAT NEWS for PlanSEA.org! The Maharaja of Jodhpur & Marwar India, Gaj Singh II, did an on camera interview for us and
was talking about how India is the first country to BAN DOLPHINS IN CAPTIVITY. He also invited the PlanSEA.org production
team to bring our ocean adventure educational TV programming to India to help educate and inspire their children and families
to become good stewards of the sea.
We're honored to have the country of India as our new allies in raising marine environmental awareness and protection for
marine mammals and many thanks to Bruddah Bill Wyland, owner of Bill Wyland Galleries International, Olga Brandao, Vikram
Sodhi and Gopalan Krishnan for making this happen.
My Beach Report is the grass roots "Blue Movement"
The PlanSEA team is making a positive impact around the world and producing programming in several languages, which include English, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, French and Arabic. We support the conservation, preservation and protection of all oceans, rivers, lakes and marine environments worldwide.
My Beach Report: The amazing DROWNING DOLPHIN RESCUE by the PlanSEA.org Team!
My Beach Report Highlights Show: Six exciting ocean adventures hosted by teens from Hawaii, Virginia, California and Japan!
FINDING BABY BLANCA - THE ZULY SANGUINO STORY
An unknown Native American writer asserted that "Women Hold Up Half the Sky". In truth, and in many instances,
"Women are the Sky". Zuly Sanguino’s story demonstrates that she is a woman who wants to not only be the sky,
but the sun, the moon, and the ocean and dreams, to caress the teeming life in the turquoise waters of Hawaii’s Pacific
Ocean. This documentary will tell the unparalleled story of how a young woman rose for the depths of poverty, abuse, despair,
and suffering that few endure, to become a warm, smiling, positive and successful artist, environmental activist, motivational
speaker, and woman of distinction; all despite the fact that she was born with no arms or legs.
Through the insight of Ray Hollowell, Bill Wyland and Joanne Tawfilis, coupled with remarkable fate, one of Zuly’s dreams
to swim in an ocean among living, graceful and playful dolphins, will unfold as one of this decade’s most important documentary
films. This contemporary story will inspire, motivate, entertain and touch the hearts of those who will witness, through
exquisite film making, how the strong survive and how dreams can come true, while illustrating how the fragility and partnership
of humans and sea life, are joined through the human experience.
Zuly will enter the ocean for the first time, learn to swim with the aid of veteran Honolulu lifeguard, Ramses Franco, and
encounter an array of sea life that will include large pods of spinner dolphins, green sea turtles, colorful fish, and hopefully
meet Baby Blanca, the rare white spinner dolphin that some Hawaiians call an Ocean Angel.
Zuly will paint the first mural of her life with renowned artist and humanitarian, Joanne Tawfilis, and her famous Art Miles
Mural Project, that consists of distinguished artists such as Hawaii’s acclaimed nature artist, Patrick Ching, Greek Olympic
artist and iconographer, Rip Kastaris, and globally recognized art expert and gallery owner, Bill Wyland.
The goal of this film is to document the amazing transformation of Zuly Sanguino rising from the depths of third world poverty,
and with the help of her new friends from PlanSEA.org, Bill Wyland Galleries International, the Art Miles Mural Project
and their philanthropic colleagues, this determined young lady will expand her career as an artist and motivational speaker,
and will finally have the opportunity of becoming an inspirational figure to people around the world.
PlanSEA Projects In Development
- The SEA of INSPIRATION Television Series: PlanSEA.org in association with WoundedWear.org and the United States
Navy League Honolulu Council present the SEA of INSPIRATION initiative. We sponsor wounded veterans and a family member
an all expenses paid ocean adventure trip of a lifetime to the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Our veteran production crew documents
their amazing ocean adventures, which will broadcast in both national and international television markets, plus internet
TV based distribution. The initiative is designed to encourage and inspire wounded service members from the United States
military by helping them connect with the healing, therapeutic powers of the ocean. Episodes one and two document Senior
Airman Brian Kolfage and Corporal Todd Love (USMC) Retired and their iconic stories of surviving life-threatening injuries
and coming back from the brink.
The SEA of INSPIRATION initiative has expanded to include children and adults with both mental and physical disabilities
such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis. We are currently in post-production of several segments
which will feature inspiring stories that will highlight our participants having the time of their lives while immersing
themselves in the healing powers of the ocean! Visit www.seaofinspiration.org to learn more.
- The PlanSEA.org OCEAN SAFETY Initiative: Our multilingual team accompanied by our adorable animated characters join up
with Honolulu City and County Lifeguards and top watermen and women of Hawaii to learn about ocean safety, including rules
and regulations to follow, while enjoying the tropical beaches and waters of our islands. A safe vacation makes for a fun
A Message From Our Founder
Environmental and oceanic education has been noted as lacking in regular K-12 programs, with a shockingly low amount of
students understanding even the most fundamental principles behind marine impact on the ecosystem. New projects such as
Google Oceans (a PlanSEA.org partner), work to educate the general population about our oceans, and raise the bar of ocean
literacy and education throughout the world.
PlanSEA.org is here to make a positive impact on the entire world, and we would love for you to join us. Please consider
this unique opportunity to take a leadership role in our worthwhile projects that will benefit people of all ages worldwide
for generations to come.
To the SEA!
Ray Hollowell - Founder
Ocean Joy Cruises, Hawaii
Bill Wyland Galleries International
The Art Miles Mural Project