1. Going Native: Part 1

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    In the first of a two part series following the native oyster from sea bed to plate, we visit West Mersea Oysters, supplier to London's finest eateries. See more videos on Crane.tv: http://crane.tv Mike Dawson has been farming oysters in West Mersea on the Essex coast for over two decades. In that time he has seen demand, especially for the revered Colchester Native oyster, a smaller sweeter cousin to the rock, grow exponentially as customers in restaurants in London, and across Europe, clamour for a taste of this mineral-rich foodstuff. West Mersea Oysters produce close to one million oysters in all per year, and on a very, very cold day in December, we went out with Mike on his boat the Hazel Anne. How does Mike like to eat his? "With a nice cup of tea", he told us. In part two, we follow Mike's native oysters to Bibendum restaurant in London, where they are transformed into a piping-hot, herb-rich Oyster Rockefeller dish. Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/crane.tv Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CraneTV Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/cranetv

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    • Matunuck Oyster Fact: Amino Acids

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      A fun way to talk about the health benefits of oysters.

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      • Oysters and Organ

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        Images and Sounds from the Mini Organ-isms exhibition at firstsite in December 2014. All images and sounds were collected in family workshops led by Duncan Chapman and Willow Mitchell. Photography by James Fletcher

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        • 2014 WellFeet OysterFest Promo-Short

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          Shot out on Cape Cod flying over Wellfleets oyster famers out on the flats. Contact info: Daniel Stevens | 781-534-0264 https://Facebook.com/SkyBanditMedia https://vimeo.com/SkyBanditMedia http://SkyBanditMedia.com https://plus.google.com/b/105613657819003555184/+SkybanditmediaDrones/posts

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          • Holiday Greetings From Matunuck Oyster Bar

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            A quick holiday note made to share the tidings of the season. It features the beauty of the Potter Pond in East Matunuck, the relationship between oyster farm and local residents, and, most important, the message of gratitude felt by the whole Oyster Bar team.

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            • Consider the Oyster

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              Consider the Oyster is a document of place, culture, and a window into oyster farming in West Marin. It is based off of three basic facts: 1. Oysters reflect the place in which they are made. This recording documents the process of farming oysters with field recordings and two channel video. 2. Oysters are equally, a grounded and celestial food: flavored by the tides, created by the rotation of the sun and moon. They put us in touch with our own position in relation to movement of our planet. Two drones are sounded to represent the sun and the moon, proportional to their gravitational pull on the tidal waters. 3. Oysters are bivalves, and so is a pump organ. I performed on pump organ throughout the piece as a musical analogue for our beloved oyster. The Event: In May of 2014, participants arrived to Headlands Center for the Arts for a circuit of edible experiences including a sonic investigation into the process of oyster cultivation, synchronized group shucking, and considered consumption of our favored bivalve. Culminating with a meal of oyster stew in the Mess Hall, participants should come with hungry minds and bellies and can expect to be wholly satiated.

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              • Oysters!

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                • Biz Bites at Oyster House on Samson Street

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                  Weekly series on PHL17's morning show "Eye Opener" following show host Jennifer Lewis-Hall and Philadelphia Business Journal Writer Peter Van Allen as they check out the hottest eateries in the Philadelphia region. This episode heads to the Oyster House on Samson Street in Center City Philadelphia where "The Naked Cowboy" is all the rage!

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                  • UNC-TV Oysters segment rough cut

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                    A visit to the annual Varnamtown Oyster Roast in Brunswick County, North Carolina and to the Carolina Mariculture oyster farming lease just off Cedar Island, NC.

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                    • Dancing oysters of Hiroshima market

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                      Oysters from the Seto Sea, complete with sound, light, and miniature representations of the torii gates at Itsukushima Shrine (厳島神社) on Miyajima Island. More info at http://davidhaskell.wordpress.com/2014/12/05/the-dancing-oysters-of-hiroshimas-market/

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