Is an Emmy and BAFTA award winning underwater cameraman who specializes in Natural History. He has filmed for various blue-chip series for BBC, National Geographic, France 3, Discovery Channel and Smithsonian. His credits include BBC’s Shark and Blue Planet-II, the series Spy in the Wild, National Geographic’s Untamed Americas and Icy Killers. He is currently involved in various wildlife programmes now in production and developing personal projects. Concerned of the future of the oceans he regularly collaborates with scientists working in education and conservation, one of these projects being the series Mares Mexicanos produced in collaboration with Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Originally from Cuba, he started exploring the coral reefs of Havana since his childhood. After graduating as Marine Biologist and having worked as a dive master in Cuba, he left to Canada in pursuit of his dream to become a professional underwater cinematographer. He resides in Baja California.
Is an underwater camera assistant, underwater light operator, second camera operator and safety diver who works for wildlife documentaries, projects about science and conservation and art documentaries about the Sea. Her roles extend to being a fixer and production assistant. Her recent credits include the BBC series Blue Planet-II, the series Spy in the Wild, National Geographic’s Perpetual Planet, the documentary “Nomads” for Smithsonian, and the series of short documentaries Mares Mexicanos. She is currently involved in various wildlife programmes now in production and is working in personal projects about conservation and awareness. A native from Finland, she lives in La Paz, Baja California.