"You watch the sea and it takes you somewhere"- Dean
The Future Kept have become a regular feature in this season of adventure: the much loved grey and blue camera bag featured in the pilot episode, the mountain cup I sipped from in last week's video. Jeska and Dean, the duo behind The Future Kept, share my love for wide open spaces, the sea and championing Maker businesses. So for this season finale, we're telling tales of our coasts and why it inspires so many creative adventures.
Article about the benefits of Blue Space via The Guardian.
My beloved Mountain Ceramic Mug by Julia Smith
Locations featured in Jeska and Dean's gallery:
Watergate Bay, Cornwall. Newquay, Cornwall. Hartland Quay, North Devon. Dungeness, Kent. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland. Galway, Ireland.
Locations used in my own coastal gallery:
Kimmeridge, Portland Bill, Eldon's Seat, Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove and Hound's Tout. All on the Dorset Coast.
The podcast will now go on hiatus for Summer. I wrote a blog post explaining why there will be a longer than usual break here. I've been overwhelmed by the response. For Patreon subscribers, I will be putting the funding on hiatus also for the month of August. If you wish to be the first to hear about the podcast's return, you can subscribe to the monthly newsletter here (or better yet, join the community of Patreon subscribers!)
Music is 'Diggin in the Sand' by Josh Rouse via Noisetrade.
Podcast creation support by my producer, Chris Muldoon.