Scubazoo cameraman Roger Munns filmed a mating turtle sequence for the BBC series ‘Life Story’, narrated by David Attenborough.
Scubazoo filmed world renowned particle physicist Dr Brian Cox in Palau’s jellyfish lake for the BBC’s Science department’s ‘Wonders of Life’ series. Following on from the successful ‘Wonders of the Solar System’ and ‘Wonders of the Universe’ the series will be broadcast in late 2012.
Senior cameraman, Simon Enderby, recently returned from Palau where he joined the BBC ‘Wonders of Life’ film crew and world renowned particle physicist Professor Brian Cox.
Deadly 60 has won two 2011 British Academy Children’s Awards in the ‘factual’ and ‘presenter’ categories
‘Human Planet: Oceans’ has been nominated for a BAFTA Television Craft award in the ‘best photography for a factual program’ category.
Oceans: Into The Blue explores the extraordinary adaptability and ingenuity that enables humans to survive in the marine environment, combined with the profound effect living by the sea has had on our cultures.
Scubazoo Senior underwater cameraman Simon Enderby has just returned from the Southern Philippines after filming with wildlife presenter Steve Backshall for the BBC’s Deadly 60.
The epic BBC series Life is to air its third episode on Monday 26th October entitled Mammals.
Read the personal experiences of Deadly 60 series producer James Brickell while filming in Gomantong caves earlier this year.
Scubazoo’s Simon Enderby and Chris Tan carried out underwater filming and location managed the Borneo shoot for Steve Backshall’s Deadly 60 series earlier this year and nyou can watch it on Thursday 6th August.
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