We rehearse regularly with members of two pods of wild, free living dolphins. The pod of Atlantic Spotted dolphins (stenella frontalis) with whom we have worked since 2009 was discovered by Hardy Jones in the 1970s. Over 30+ years, they have been studied by scientists and befriended by explorers. The pod of Pacific Spinner dolphins (stenella longirostris) with whom we work have also been the subject of field studies since the 1980s. Without the generosity of many individual dolphins, who have danced with us and shared their curiosity and creativity, this work would not be possible. Through our films, videos and blog posts, we hope you will get to know their unique personalities and histories and come to care about them as we do.

Dolphins in the Anthropocene

This final installment of our Ask Chloe series considers perhaps the most pressing question for dolphins and the rest of us: how will we fare in the face of global warming?

A Dolphin’s Diet

What do dolphins eat?

Dolphins in Danger

This post in our Ask Chloe series takes a look at a more depressing reality of dolphin life--captivity and death caused by us humans.

Deep Bonds

This third post in the Ask Chloe series gives us an overview of dolphin sexuality and the social dynamics of pod relationships.


In this second post of our Ask Chloe series, I talk about some interspecies relationships dolphins have with sharks and humans.

Deciphering Dolphin Dialects

In this post, I cover three questions regarding dolphin communication that were submitted to our Ask Chloe blog series.

Will you miss me when I’m gone?

The new year traditionally begins with the ball dropping in Times Square. This year, we can imagine charismatic dolphin faces appearing across the bright-as-day billboards. How might that change our…

Jalapeño Dancing With Chisa

Introducing “Jalapeño”

We introduce "Jalapeño" a baby dolphin who is a featured dancer in our upcoming film, "Dolphin Dreams".

One Dolphin Day On Earth

Our video contribution to the One Day on Earth film project...from the dolphins' perspective.