Scubazoo produced a short film to celebrate the launching of the SAFE project in Maliau Basin
On Saturday 29th January Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak officially opened the Maliau Basin Studies Centre. Scubazoo produced a video highlighting the centre which was shown to the PM, guests and press during the ceremony.
During a film shoot at Danum Valley, Scubazoo Cameraman Simon Enderby got a very close encounter with an enraged Borneo pygmy elephant.
The Lower Kinabatangan-Segama Wetlands were designated as a site of international importance under the Ramsar convention. Scubazoo were contracted by SaBC and JICA under their CEPA programme to produce three individual videos to educate different demographics on the need for the conservation and preservation of this beautiful area. Filming took place inside the site itself and in the Kinabatangan and … Read More
As part of the production of an educational film about a new Ramsar site on the East coast of Sabah, Scubazoo cameraman Roger Munns and Scubazoo photographer Jason Isley traveled to Maliau Basin – Sabah’s lost world – to film and photograph the environment and wildlife.
Scubazoo produced a short video celebrating the 25th Anniversary of SEARRP’s ongoing work at DVRFC with Yayasan Sabah.
The Royal Society’s South East Asian Rainforest Research Programme (SEARRP) was established in 1985 to gain a scientific understanding of tropical rainforest systems, ecology and dynamics in order to make a significant contribution to their sustainable management and conservation – particularly in the context of global environmental change. Scubazoo filmed and edited a short film for SEARRP’s Danum Valley Field … Read More
The Marine Research Foundation contracted Scubazoo to produce a short film to demonstrate the use of a Turtle Exclusion Device. Scubazoo carried out topside and underwater filming and photography then produced and edited the final video. Read more about the device and view the video here.
Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre is an educational site close to KK town centre, covering 24 hectares (60 acres) of mangrove forest, and is used primarily as a model wetland centre for the purpose of conservation, education, recreation, tourism and research. Scubazoo produced an educational video for KKWC to showcase the important work of the Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society.
The Greenpeace boat Esperanza was tasked with finding and confronting tuna fishing boats in the Pacific, crossing the ocean from Fiji to Ecuador, in order to highlight the plight of vulnerable fish species such as black marlin and to draw attention to the wasteful method of fishing known as purse-seining. Scubazoo were contracted to film topside and underwater footage to … Read More