Who we are.
A creative agency on a mission
ONA was founded by two environmental journalists who, after years of reporting on the social impacts of ecological degradation, decided they wanted to be an active part of the solution. We committed to put our storytelling chops towards what we consider to be the most important story of our generation: climate change. And arguably its most underrated protagonist: the ocean.
We combine journalistic rigor and creative firepower to design strategic communication campaigns and produce content that inspire audiences into action. Whether by speaking science to power at the World Economic Forum or profiling local ocean advocates across the Mediterranean, we are proud to be of service to our seas and to those fighting to save them.
Meet the crew.
Laura is in charge of strategy and partner relations. Born in Barcelona, Laura is an ocean lover by nature and a journalist by training. She has reported in over 20 countries for outlets such as the New York Times, Foreign Policy, and The Guardian. She has also been a consultant for a wide variety of companies and non-profits, deploying Systems Thinking (Postgraduate Diploma from Cornell University) and Disruptive Design, a methodology developed by Leyla Arcangelou, UNEP Champion of the Earth.
Head of Production
Nathan manages the project's media impact and content production. Originally from California, he has worked as a filmmaker and photographer in the US, East Africa and East Asia, reporting on environmental crises for outlets such as CNN and BBC. He has also worked for clients like UNHCR, Save the Children, Bosch, and Microsoft. He is passionate about combining the rigor of journalistic storytelling with innovative media approaches to give ocean stories the wide audience they deserve.