A team from Scubazoo recently returned to Brunei to complete filming and photography for the rapid marine bio-diversity survey commissioned by the Brunei Department of Fisheries.
Find out where you can check out Simon Enderby’s resort report in the August edition of ‘Splash’.
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.
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.
March saw the arrival of British celebrity Stephen Fry and famous naturalist and photographer Mark Carwardine to Borneo, accompanied by a BBC film crew.
‘Splash’ the underwaterchannel.tv’s monthly magazine programme is out now….. This month Simon revisits Selingan island, off Sabah’s East coast, to take a look at nesting green turtles, while Roger is in Tonga to film humpback whales in the blue waters of Vava’u.
Scubazoo’s underwater filming team of Simon Enderby, Chris Tan and Seok Wun joined a scientific team which consisted of some of the biggest names in Marine Science to document the marine diversity off Brunei
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.
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
In 2005 Scubazoo joined forces with RDF Television to co-produce two seasons of the popular series Great Ocean Adventures.