Scubazoo’s underwater cameramen have worked on prestigious and diverse productions in locations such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, Maldives, Australia, USA, Brazil, South Africa, Taiwan, Tonga, the Red Sea and many many more. We’ve shot everything from presenter-led documentaries to reality shows, adventure races and of course natural history blockbusters such as LIFE. Take a look at our selected credit list and showreel below

BBC –  Life Story, Human Planet, One Life, Wonders of Life, Last Chance to See, Deadly 60
DragonflyPirate Ship Live
EndomolSurvivor UK, Killer Shark Live
IconWeird Creatures - the Mimic Octopus
IMGOutdoor Quest 2003 & 2004
In Focus Asia - Megafish, Tales of the Mekong
RDFFacing Jaws, Great Ocean Adventures series I & II
Terra Mater - Sri Lanka: Paradise in the Indian Ocean
TigressJeff Corwin Experience, Edge of Existence
Diverse - Man vs Wild: Malaysian Archipelago

Testimonials from productions we’ve worked on:

Trying to Capture the humpback whale ‘heatrun’ was the scariest proposition I’ve ever faced as a producer. Simon, Roger and Jason delivered the impossible. – Ted Oakes, Producer – LIFE – BBC Natural History Unit

“With the challenge of Producing over twenty hours a year for Nat Geo and Discovery Channel – if  IFA goes anywhere near water we call Scubazoo right away. Their images have always provided blue chip underwater value for money, shots that really make a difference” – Dean Johnson, Owner/Producer - In Focus Asia

Simon Enderby shot the bulk of the underwater sequences for Deadly60. He combined superb camera skills with a fantastic understanding of underwater life and an almost telepathic ability to be in the right place at the right time. His confidence as a diver enabled him to direct presenter Steve Backshall in difficult (often dangerous!) situations ,all the while keeping a cool head.” – James Brickell, Director – Deadly60 – BBC Natural History Unit

Scubazoo’s footage was so superior in quality and variety to what we had managed in previous years and I would have no hesitation in using them again for future projects, whether in Asia or further afield. Our production’s logistics were very complex and I could rely on the Scubazoo  guys to pitch in with the rest of the crew and think on their feet when gaps appeared in the camera plan. I am usually very reluctant to recommend camera operators but Scubazoo have joined the list of people that I would happily put forward to friends and colleagues.” – Tony Davies, Producer/Director – Outdoor Quest -IMG

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