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Andy Jackson

Andy Jackson

SubSea TV

North Yorkshire
United Kingdom

Contact Information: www.subseatv.net/contact

Website: www.subseatv.com

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Andy Jackson
Andy Jackson – 27th May 1959 - 14th October 2019

Very sadly, Andy passed away on the 14th of October 2019 ... See our tribute page: wildlife-film.com/features/Andy-Jackson-Tribute.html

In memory of Andy Jackson from Little Green Island Films

Watch The illegal industrial fishing damaging Scotland’s ‘Great Barrier Reef', put out on the 1st November 2019 by Channel 4 News, which used footage captured by Andy: channel4.com/news/the-illegal-industrial-fishing-damaging-scotlands-great-barrier-reef

Underwater Cameraman and Filmmaker

I'm an underwater filmmaker who is passionate about marine life, conservation and shipwrecks, filming in 4k on a Sony PXW-FS7. I work on commission as an underwater cameraman, and also self-fund shoots to create and tell the stories I'm passionate about; I sell these as a stock package for broadcast.

I have been a contributor in several broadcasts; producers say they like my natural approach, passion, and enthusiasm on screen. (See link below)

When filming, I get close and intimate with my subject, putting in whatever time is needed to capture beautiful, rare, and natural behaviour with a range of lenses. I film with 5 minute story sequences in mind and shoot for the edit.

I also make films with my partner, Jackie Daly, a diver who writes and narrates our short films. We recently won the BWPAwards Wildlife in HD Video category.

Credits: subseatv.net/credits

Example Film as Contributor: Scotland’s Hidden Flames, November 2015 bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03hfmpd

2015 review from Andy Jackson
Read: subseatv.net/2016/01/31/review-of-2015s-diving-and-wildlife-filmmaking

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In 2015, Andy was the winner of the British Wildlife Photography Awards for his film in the Wildlife in HD Video category:

BWPA 2015 WILDLIFE IN HD VIDEO WINNER – 'The Last Seahorse in Studland'
Camera, Edit & Production by member Andy Jackson, Written & Narrated by Jackie Daly (SubSeaTV Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England)

"We’re thrilled to share that our film The Last Seahorse in Studland? has won the Wildlife in HD Video category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2015. Every year, we’re inspired by the beautiful photographs and films that tell dynamic, breathtaking, and intimate stories of Britain’s wildlife across all categories of the BWPAwards. It’s a great honour to have our work recognised amongst such talented company. Big congratulations to all the other category winners and commended entries. We’re hopeful that winning the competition will bring more attention to the plight of British seahorses and help to protect one of our most iconic marine animals." www.subseatv.net

.The Last Seahorse from BWPAwards

arctic charr: relics of the ice age from Andy Jackson

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