SeaHive is a collective of passionate professionals from many walks of life committed to living each day to the fullest—and protecting our shared environment in the process.

 

We understand plastic waste because we’ve been part of the problem: we come from backgrounds in product development, industrial design, fashion, retail, and marketing. But, as water-loving outdoor enthusiasts, we’re also committed to being part of the solution.

Our name reflects our ethos. We believe in the power of nature. We believe that we can build more—and better—together than we can alone. We believe in action, organization, and evolution.


The Team

 
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MALCOLM FONTIER    |    FOUNDER & CEO

Malcolm is an experienced entrepreneur as well as a passionate outdoorsman and boater. He has a product design background and experience leading projects with diverse teams. He dives fully into anything he does with all of his energy and resources, the problem of plastic in our waterways is no different.

 
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COLLIN FARILL    |    INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Collin is a Virginia based industrial designer. He draws on a diverse consulting background to craft practical, elegant solution. When not designing, he can be found exploring the wilderness on two wheels.

 
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GABRIELLE KENNEDY    |    PR & COMMUNICATIONS

Gabrielle combines a knack for conversation with boundless and infectious energy. She draws on diverse experience in the worlds of education, fashion, and the culinary arts. If you ever have a chance to try some of her cooking do not pass it up!

 
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JOEL CALDWELL    |    PHOTOGRAPHY & RESEARCH

Joel Caldwell is an expedition photographer and writer living in New York City. He specializes in pairing arresting imagery with thought provoking narrative.

 
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EMILY DIAMOND    | MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

Emily was born on Martha’s Vineyard and grew up sailing, swimming, and wearing a ton of sunblock. Her love of the ocean, background in environmental economics, and belief that humans can have a positive impact on the planet drew her to SeaHive. She now lives in New York on the Hudson River.