Stock library

Footage By Request

Over the years, I have had extraordinary encounters underwater with rare marine life, witnessed severe catastrophic events, such as cyclones and coral bleaching. All of which create powerful imagery, that communicates directly the impact of severe weather events, global warming and human activity and it’s effects on the reef, the marine life and the ocean. All of which I have documented with imagery extensively. However, owing to factors such as being the only footage in existence (such as the sperm whales carrying pieces of giant squid in it’s jaws), or just far too upsetting for general public viewing (such as the blue whale that had been killed by a tanker). I have not released this material into the public domain. However, if you are a production company and this material is important for using in your production to tell a story of what is happening to our oceans and the pressure it is under, I can make the material available for private viewing and licensing by request. 

Some of the material below has been used in productions made for BBC, Netflix, Discovery, Disney and National Geographic TV channels. 

  • Sperm whales eat parts of Architeuthis (giant squid) Ogasawara, Japan, 2009.
  • Sri Lanka Dead Blue Whale unedited, shortly after a tanker strike, 2011.
  • Internal investigation of SS Yongala, shortly after Cyclone Yasi, under permit QLD Govt, 2012.
  • Coral bleaching on The Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea, 2016.
  • Immediate effects of cyclones on The Great Barrier Reef and degradation of SS Yongala from Cyclone Yasi, 2011, 2014, 2015.
  • Uncut stock footage, spanning two decades from The Great Barrier Reef, The Coral Sea and many of its shipwrecks, 2001-2021.

For enquiries, please contact me through the Contact page