At one beach in Brazil, a third of all shark attacks have been fatal. Dr Fábio Hazin has used his…
Japan, Nazis and the Bomb In early 1945, the Allies and the Axis powers were locked in a race to…
Radiation – you can’t see it, but you fear it. When nuclear is good, it’s cheap power and modern miracles.…
Australian Rachael Thornton goes where no Western documentary filmmaker has ever been. She is the only non-Chinese member of the…
Andrew Ettingshausen is as tough as they come. Now, ET is going to discover what it takes to make it as a commercial fisherman in a country known for its tough land, rough sea, and rugged people.
Mysterious sharks threaten government divers in remote New Zealand waters. Are the Sevengill Sharks of the Shadowland hunting divers – and do they hunt as a pack?
Sharks are highly efficient predators, and a critical part of the ocean ecosystem. But sometimes they attack humans.
Follow one man’s journey to understand Australia’s enigmatic and polarising top order predator.
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.
Adam filmed segments for the series on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, from the tops of ancient pyramids, to underwater in caves.
As Supervising Producer, Colette was privileged to work with National Geographic’s Michael Cascio and the Towers Productions team on this powerful, definitive look at the worst terrorist attack in US history.
Colette produced and wrote this one-hour film about breakthrough technology, scientific exploration and the people who finally explore the deepest place on earth.
The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan is a household name around the world, broadcast in over 80 countries.
Adam field produced and filmed both topside and underwater. Adam and Andy faced a host of challenges: rebreathers, underwater comm systems, strong currents… and of course, capturing natural behaviour.
Colette and Adam wrote and produced this film about a pioneering expedition to explore seamounts — underwater mountains that are the last frontier of marine biodiversity.
Storyhouse Productions tapped Adam to capture underwater images for Discovery’s first 3D commission.
Adam produced, wrote, and co-edited the film with expedition footage by Nick Calayionis; additional cinematography by Adam; and stock from Adam and David Hannan.
Written and produced by Colette, and hosted by Lisa Ling, Daughters delves into the difficult, often tragic lives of children of incarcerated moms.
SeaLight’s Adam Geiger co-wrote/produced and directed, with Julia Knoblock, for Context TV of Germany.
Colette field produced, and Adam was principal cameraman, for recreations and real life encounters with sharks.
Canyonlands National Park in Utah is one of America’s little-known jewels — and one of the most remote places in the US.
Colette Beaudry executive-produced End of Red October for Context TV of Germany.
One scientist’s search for the elusive and highly venomous nocturnal swimming cobra of Lake Tanganyika.
Colette executive produced this action-packed 4-hour series for Sydney’s Freehand Productions.
Adam wrote, produced and shot Deep Sea Drillers for National Geographic’s MegaStructures strand.
Host Ken Dial takes flight to show us some of the world’s most strange and amazing birds.
A revelatory look at Nazi science leading to new weapons, aircraft, and propulsion systems.
Adam was field producer and underwater cameraman for this one-hour on America’s most remote National Monument.
Adam produced, wrote and shot this award-winning show that takes a new look at an animal we love to hate.
An unlucky in love nurse finds her life taking a detour.
The story of a young man’s struggle to come of age.
Cameron Diaz survives an attack by her jealous husband.