Alexis Rosenfeld



Alexis Rosenfeld discovered diving at the age of 8. He never stopped then, making the underwater world his universe. His journey allowed him to share Commander Cousteau’s last expedition in Madagascar, to follow a large part of the Comex epic and to participate in exceptional adventures such as the discovery of the wreckage of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s plane.

Explorer dazzled by the beauties and mysteries of the oceans, Alexis Rosenfeld has become, over the decades, an enlightened actor of the environmental cause. Because the oceans, refuges for biodiversity, are increasingly threatened by global warming, acidification phenomena, excessive mass tourism, fishing and maritime trade.

In 2018, Alexis Rosenfeld and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO initiated the beginning of their collaboration with the project Coral Reefs, a Challenge for Humanity.

Alexis Rosenfeld : 

Claire Monchauzou


The underwater world has always attracted Claire.

At the age of 12 she passed her first diving level and this passion has continued to grow over the years.

After a first career in accounting, she decided to devote her life to her passion and to the protection of the environment.

Aware of the fragility of the world that amazes her, she joined many environmental associations and trained in the field.

What drives her? To share the beauty of the marine environments with as many people as possible and raise public awareness of the environmental cause. This is why she joined the team of “1 Ocean, the Anatomy” in 2021, to manage the partnerships and fundrising.

Claire Monchauzou : 

Charline Ody


For Charline, the sea is a family affair.

With an oceanologist father, former member of the Cousteau team and a sister who is a diver and scientist, her love of the sea was born in her early childhood and has continued to grow ever since. She first studied audiovisual arts, then her passion for nature and outdoor sports led her to work at Decathlon for 5 years. There, she worked hard to make her shop “greener” and more eco-responsible.

But the ecological emergency is felt at home and the need to act is the strongest … Indignant but optimistic, Charline leaves her job in 2020 to fully commit herself to ecology. After a 20-day boat mission in the Mediterranean with Alexis Rosenfeld’s team, she officially join the “1 Ocean, the Anatomy” project in June 2021 as a production assistant.

Charline Ody :

Marie-Victoire Nivet


After 10 years working in an advertising agency, Marie-Victoire leaves Paris and France to travel. In Indonesia, she discovered diving and settled for several months in Bali where she became a dive guide.

This love at first sight encounter with the underwater world marks the beginning of a new life. Back in France, she moved to Marseille and chose to combine her passion and her job to protect the environment.



Marie-Victoire Nivet :

John Jackson


John Jackson is a cinematographer and director who studied film at the Brooke Institute in Santa Barbara, California, where he was recruited by the American office of The Cousteau Society. In many expeditions, he was the chief operator of Cousteau team, directing more than twenty-five films over a period of twelve years.

Since then, he has worked regularly as a chief operator and director for the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery and the main French channels, making scientific, historical, maritime and extreme adventure films. He has just finished shooting and co-directing the 3×52 minute 3D series “Ouragan” for Arte and 3D Net. And recently, “Conversation with the Dolphins” (65′ France 3 Thalassa CBC Canal D), “Cuba, un Paradis en sursis” (2 X 52′ ARTE).