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  About Shelly Solomon
Shelly Solomon is a biologist, licensed landscape architect, water quality restoration specialist and an environmental filmmaker, with many years experience in resource and environmental planning, design, and compliance. This includes numerous newspaper and magazine articles that have appeared in worldwide publications about her progressive and unique work in restoring aquatic freshwater environments, click to view articles.

Throughout Ms. Solomon’s career she has been struck by the fact that so much of the positive work being done by both government agencies and private groups in the environmental field, has gone unnoticed.

It seemed only natural to her that a better-informed public would lead to a more engaged public. Ms. Solomon started Leaping Frog Films to “Get the Word Out”, and has been encouraged by the response. Her films are aimed at increasing awareness and encouraging community involvement and volunteerism, which she feels are essential components of any positive environmental action.

Ms. Solomon has made films for many Washington state non-profit environmental groups and her work has been shown in numerous film festivals throughout Washington state.

Recently she received Sustainable Seattle’s 2010
“Leadership in Sustainability in the Natural World” award for her film work.

Film Sponsors
JVC Electronics
Little Skookum Shellfish Growers
Natural System Designs
Rock Point Oyster Co
Screen Innovations
Seton Construction
Discovery Shellfish
Sue Shotwell
Taylor Shellfish
Tim Abbe
Ekon Oyster
National Fish & Oyster
Chuckanut Shellfish
Giro and Miyo Nakagawa
Bay Center Mariculture
Plauche & Carr LLP
Calm Cove Oyster
Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Other World Computing
Snake River Prototyping
Natural System Designs
Nisqually Tribe
Magnus Pacific

Partial Client List
Bureau of Reclamation
Friends of Dungeness
Illahee Community
Instream Flow Council
Jefferson County Marine Resource Committee
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe
North Olympic Peninsula Lead Entity
North Olympic Salmon Coalition
Organic Seed Alliance
Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Robin Bessier
US Army Corps of Engineers
US Fish and Wildlife Service
WDFW/Ecological Significance of High Flows
City of Seattle
Herrera Environmental Consultants
Sound Transit
Natural System Design
Washington State University Hadlock
Washington State University Puyallup

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