Rob Stewart’s legacy is far from extinct

By Tribute on January 31, 2020 | 2 Comments

Rob Stewart Sharkwater ExtinctionThree years to the day after his death on January 31, 2017, the effects of award-winning filmmaker Rob Stewart‘s work continue to be felt.

Thanks to his three acclaimed films (Sharkwater, Revolution, and Sharkwater Extinction), he has  achieved numerous goals that he set out to complete, to help the sharks he advocated for, as well as the oceans and the earth we live on.

To simply list his achievements would do little justice for his life’s work. Rob’s conservationist efforts must be seen to be truly appreciated. The impact of his work reached further than anyone could have imagined and will continue to do so.

For a visual recap of Rob’s achievements as an award-winning filmmaker, biologist, and conservationist, check out our photo gallery by clicking here. ~Paolo Maquiraya

Comments & Discussion

  1. mandy • February 1, 2020 @ 9:26 AM

    wow, Princess Eugenie came to his screenings, we need more super stars saving oceans

  2. Lily • February 1, 2020 @ 7:52 PM

    I’m glad people haven’t forgotten what he was working on and are still trying to make it happen

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