If the Ocean is a reflection of us, as humanity, are we happy with what we see? I invite you to follow me beneath the looking glass… These will be non-scientific observations of a wild, wonderful world that is being dramatically altered by our every day choices.
every time you look in the mirror, ask yourself, were as many of those choices good for the Ocean (and the planet at large) as could have been? Did i use use reusable, did i recycle, did i do the best i could, and how can i do better tomorrow? Can I fix what has come before? Can I at least try?
I know that ‘fixing’ the damage that has already occurred is probably not entirely possible, but we can try, at very least we can limit our continuing contribution, at very best make an impact on that which has come before... (Proactive Reclamation)
By documenting and sharing the underwater world i hope to expand peoples awareness…
People protect what they love… ...but they must know it, to love it.
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Filmed with a Sony CX500 in Light & Motion Stingray + housing
Dual SOLA2000 lights on ULCA arms
Video Diver Laura James using ISC Megalodon CCR
Scooter : Halcyon HDV T16 (so that we could spend more time at depth)
Huge thanks to my dive buddy Dave Stucki
A mesmering murmuration of starlings.
We were shooting for a commercial, waiting for an helicopter flying into the sunset, when thousands and thousands of birds came and made this incredible dance in the sky. It was amazing, we just forgot our job and started this little piece of poetry... Enjoy !
A film by Neels Castillon
Music - Hand-made - Alt J
Production - motionpalace.tv
In a world first, zookeeper Rohan Cleave captured the amazing hatching process of a critically endangered Lord Howe Island Stick Insect at Melbourne Zoo. The eggs incubate for over 6 months and until now the hatching process has never been witnessed. If you didn't see it you wouldn't believe it could fit in that egg! Find out more at zoo.org.au/melbourne/animals/lord-howe-island-stick-insect