Journey to Shark Eden

for National Geographic

SeaLight Pictures

 
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In a far-flung region of the South Pacific, Dr. Enric Sala and a team of scientists search for pristine coral reefs. They find a world of unparalleled beauty ruled by predators – and a radical new model of how coral reefs work.

Colette was co-producer and underwater lighting operator for two weeks of filming the beautiful but threatened reefs around Tahiti.

Adam produced, wrote and shot this one-hour film for National Geograhic Television revealing the critical importance of sharks and other predators to the health of coral reef ecosystems.

Adam was assisted by soundman/underwater lighting technician Bob Freeman, and second unit underwater cameraman Manu San Felix for nearly five weeks at sea with the science team.

Back at National Geographic, Adam worked with Editor Anne Goetz, composers Icarus Music, and graphics design shop PixelDust to create a visually arresting program.

Photo by Manu San Felix

Bob Freeman Photo

Bob Freeman Photo

Adam Geiger ©2009 SeaLight Pictures

Adam Geiger ©2009 SeaLight Pictures

Adam Geiger ©2009 SeaLight Pictures

Adam Geiger ©2009 SeaLight Pictures

Adam Geiger ©2009 SeaLight Pictures

Photo by Manu San Felix



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