Semporna coral seas roadshow

Thousands of primary school children in the Semporna area benefitted from a visit by the unique Semporna Coral Seas Roadshow, learning things they never knew about Sabah’s amazing marine life.

Greenpeace Pacific tuna campaign

In late 2009 Scubazoo cameraman Chris Tan joined the crew of the Greenpeace boat ‘Esperanza’ to film Tuna fishing boats, find out more about his trip here…

Sabah Filming Permit Application

One of Scubazoo’s primary roles is assisting foreign film companies with filming permit applications in Sabah, Malaysia. Applying for filming permits in Sabah can be a daunting process for many companies and in fact a local FINAS registered company, such as Scubazoo, must act as a sponsor for any foreign TV or film production in [...]

Documenting the Brunei Rapid Marine Assessment

In October 2008 Scubazoo were contracted by the Brunei Fisheries Department to document a Rapid Marine Survey of Brunei’s Coral, Fish and Sea Shell bio-diversity.

Last Chance To See

March saw the arrival of British celebrity Stephen Fry and famous naturalist and photographer Mark Carwardine to Borneo, accompanied by a BBC film crew.

Andrea: Queen of Mantas

In February 2009 Scubazoo underwater cameraman Roger Munns filmed on the production of Bigwave TV’s latest Natural World documentary -The Manta Queen for the BBC…..

Leatherback turtle hunting in Kei, Indonesia

The rare and endangered Leatherback turtle was the focus of a photography and filming trip to the Kei archipelago in remote Eastern Indonesia. Watch the video and browse the photos.

Filming the humpback heat run

Scubazoo filmed the biggest fight in nature, the humpback ‘heat run’ for ‘LIFE’ a BBC/Discovery co-production. Read all about the shoot here.

Holiday Inn Kandooma Maldives DVD production

Late 2008 saw Scubazoo take on the job of producing a promotional DVD for Kandooma Resort in South Male, Maldives. Read about the shoot and watch the video.

Catalyst ABC News – Borneo’s live reef fish trade

Scubazoo Underwater cameraman Simon Enderby filmed footage of bombed reefs and fish traps for ABC’s ‘catalyst’ programme on the live reef fish trade in SE Asia