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.
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.
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.
Scubazoo underwater cameramen Simon Enderby and Roger Munns both worked on Sons of the Sea, a documentary production by Serious Pictures.
During a March 2010 shoot for the Rock Wallaby production company, Scubazoo Cameraman Simon Enderby had the honour of becoming one of the first underwater cameramen to film in the waters off the oil-rich emirate, Qatar.
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.
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.
If you enjoy the BBC’s Deadly sixty you can buy a copy of the book from Amazon. Worth it if only for the fact that Scubazoo’s Simon Enderby manages to get on the front cover!
Read Monty Halls’ latest adventures in South Africa and his take on Scubazoo’s Simon Enderby in the latest edition of Sport Diver magazine.
The catalyst report on the “Live Reef Fish Trade” was broadcast on ABC in Australia recently. Read how Scubazoo were involved in the production.