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Content Creator. Made Under Pressure.

Updates, an early release, and more.

In the past 5 weeks, have felt like some of my busiest. An epic juggling act of being busy with work, family, diving, and creative projects. I have been recording a podcast every week and some of them will be aired soon in collaboration with Analog Explorer alumni, Dan, on the Zulu Time Podcast. Next month, the #ZuluTimePhotoComp will be revealed, so make sure to tune in.

It is also in conjunction with the conclusion of a nearly 2-year project with Bausele Watches (of Australia). As the New York Times wrote this week, Bausele announced their D-Day 80th anniversary watch called the “Langstone Field Watch.” A watch that I had the privilege to be a part of the design and historical reference team behind it (more on that later in the podcast feeds).

“The new timepiece is called the Langstone Field Watch, after a hotel on Hayling Island that overlooked D-Day training areas along England’s coast.

The 38-millimeter stainless steel watch ($700) has a Japanese automatic movement “to keep a price point that’s affordable,” Mr. Hoppé said. Preorders of the 100-piece edition are being taken on the Bausele website, with distribution to begin in June.”
NY Times

Chief Podcast Octopus

In addition to that, as my alter-ego over at DeepSea Magazine, I have two big episodes coming up in the next two months. I am excited to reveal the first one to all my supporters here on Analog Explorer, and I want to thank you all for your continued support.

If you had asked me at the start of the year;

“Hey AJ, if you had to list 12 people you’d want to get on a mic with, who would it be?”

…the person in this next episode of Made Under Pressure and Analog Explorer would have been in my top 5 easily.

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