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The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 108: Chatting with Andy Mann

The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep. 108: Chatting with Andy Mann

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On this week’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we plunk down with Andy Mann. Andy is numerous things. Among them, he’s an Emmy named producer, a photographic artist for National Geographic, a preservationist, a jumper, and a Zodiac brand minister. Andy has worked on every one of the seven landmasses on a wide range of protectionist endeavors and undertakings, however he’s maybe most popular for his work with sharks. He’s additionally an establishing part SeaLegacy, a group of producers, picture takers, and makers zeroed in on recounting tales about sea life to move protection of our oceans. We visit with Andy about how he began, his first plunge with 50 bull sharks in Fiji, his work, and his community watch with Zodiac.

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Show Notes

  • Blake’s wrist check – Omega 1957 Trilogy Railmaster
  • Zach’s wrist check – Stowa x W&W Verus Grau
  • Andy’s wrist check – Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 68 Saturation X Andy Mann Edition
  • Andy Mann
  • Andy Mann on IG
  • SeaLegacy
  • Zodiac Super Sea Wolf 68 X Andy Mann Edition

Feature picture civility of Andy Mann