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Beneath the Surface
Keys Reloaded
Aug 27, 2020 Episode 21
Corey Cooper, Sean Murphy

Welcome to episode 21 of the Beneath the Surface Podcast. In this episode, join Corey and Sean as they revisit trips to the Florida Keys which happens to be one of their all-time favorite places. 

In Beneath the Surface Podcast: Keys Reloaded, the guys reflect on the site where BOTE first launched and found out how badass one of their favorite products truly was, the Rover Micro Skiff. Making your mark on the world, voyaging into far off places, and embarking on journeys designed to discover our true selves and grow our knowledge of the world around us--the Rover is the perfect platform to help you take that journey. Whether stalking your catch, opening it up on a flat day, navigating shallow waters, dodging a storm, or hanging with a band of pirates, it’s all in a day’s work in the Florida Keys with the BOTE Rover micro skiff. Kick back and enjoy. 

Links from the Episode

Check out the Rover Micro Skiff.

Collaborations are in the pipeline with Ronnie Renner, a MotoX Freestyle RedBull Athlete.

Check out Mellow Ventures Key West next time you’re there.

Go fly fishing and everything in-between with Bear Holeman.

A signature Key West Annual Paddle Event, learn more about the Key West Classic.

Who’s in the Episode

Lead Designer, Co-Founder, and CEO at BOTE, Corey Cooper is a licensed engineer hailing from Auburn University. Corey is the pioneer of the DarkRoom, assisting with the design of the machinery, concepting the layout and ultimately developing the workflow used in DarkRoom production. Corey’s passion for this project is so strong that on any given day, regardless of how busy things are at BOTE, you will often find Corey working in the DarkRoom.

Sean Murphy is the Director of Photography at BOTE and a world-renowned photographer based in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. After spending most of his career based in Los Angeles, shooting for brands like Adidas, Red Bull, and Toyota, just to name a few, Sean moved back to the Redneck Riviera. You can find Sean capturing gritty America and spontaneous moments that translate into visually stunning photography.