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Andy Jackson

Andy Jackson

SubSea TV

SubSeaTV
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
United Kingdom


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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 2015

  • “Salmon sequence” – Highlands: Scotland's Wild Heart, Maramedia for BBC Scotland.
  • The Last Seahorse in Studland?” 90 sec film – Winner: BWPAwards, Wildlife in HD Video, 2015.
  • Highland’s Hidden Homes” 4 min film – Highland Seashore Biodiversity Project, Highland Council.
  • Destination Wild: Europe” – Commission & stock for Off The Fence for National Geographic.
  • “Scotland's Hidden Flames” – BBC1 The One Show 2015, stock and contributor.
  • Sea Cucumber” – 4 minute feature, BBC2 Springwatch 2015.
  • “Muckle Flugga sequence” – stock for BBC2 Springwatch 2015.
  • “Lumpsucker sequence” – stock for BBC2 Springwatch at Easter 2015.
  • Loch Carron Flame Shells” 3 min film for the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
  • “Cuttlefish sequence” – stock for BBC2 Atlantic Episode 1.
  • “Meet the Flame Shell” – 4 minute feature for BBC2 Winterwatch 2015.

Example Film as Contributor: Scotland’s Hidden Flames, November 2015 www.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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The Last Seahorse from BWPAwards


arctic charr: relics of the ice age from Andy Jackson




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