Gregory Colbert and his Ashes and Snow team arrived in Sabah to film and photograph freediving models amongst the huge schools of barracuda and trevally found at Sipadan Island, on Borneo’s East coast. Scubazoo were local fixers for the shoot, arranging all logistics, permits and visas as well as providing safety support for the dive team. Read more about the … Read More
In November 2010, Gregory Colbert and his Ashes and Snow team arrived to film and photograph freediving models amongst the swirling schools of barracuda and trevally found at the world famous Sipadan Island, on Sabah’s East coast.
In Gordon’s Great Escape we see Gordon Ramsay leave his hectic professional life behind him as he embarks on a pilgrimage for fresh flavours. Series two brings Gordon to Malaysia and specifically Borneo as he samples the best of Sabahan cuisine. Scubazoo provided location management, logistics, visa and permit application assistance for this shoot.
British actor Will Mellor traveled to Sabah with his dad, to live with the Murut tribe in ITV2’s new series ‘The Parent Trip’. Scubazoo were location managers, read on for details and show times…
Brand new to ITV2, The Parent Trip follows three celebrities as they each journey into the unknown with the people who know them best – their mums and dads. Scubazoo acted as local fixers and location managers for the Borneo episode, which features British actor Will Mellor, and his father Bill. Filmed in the Borneo rainforest, where Will and Bill … Read More
Human Planet is a new eight-part landmark BBC natural history series bringing you the most amazing human stories in the natural world today. Scubazoo were involved in the production of two sequences in the Oceans episode, fixing and filming the Bajau sea gypsies shoot in Sabah, Borneo and filming a dangerous mass fishing event in the Philippines. The Scubazoo cameramen … Read More
Viewers in the UK will have the opportunity to watch the fantastic series of “Last Chance to See – A search for animals on the edge of extinction” on Sundays.
Read the personal experiences of Deadly 60 series producer James Brickell while filming in Gomantong caves earlier this year.
Celebrity Stephen Fry and famous naturalist and photographer Mark Carwardine search for endangered animals on the edge of extinction in the BBC Two television series Last Chance to See produced by West Park Pictures. Inspired by the Douglas Adams radio series and book of the same name, Stephen and Marks journey takes them around the world to see how the … Read More
In this first series of Deadly 60 host Steve Backshall travels to Borneo to come face to face with deadly animals such as the Mantis shrimp, Lionfish and Barracuda. Scubazoo filmed the underwater sequences for the show as well as providing location management services for the BBC including permit aplication, research and logistics.