Author: Ryan

Wildlife Film festivals provide a great way to get your film (and you!) exposure in the industry…but with escalating competition how can you increase your chances of acceptance? Cream rises to the top, so much of your success is reliant on your creative vision and execution – the film itself. BUT, there are certain steps

The biggest challenge for wildlife film-makers is getting a program green lit by commissioning editors. Following trends, building gadgets, finding new filming techniques and building relationships and trust with broadcasters are all really helpful, but the one key ingredient that trumps all others is …. The Story. Without a great story to tell, your idea will be

Join South Africa’s premier shark diving company ‘Blue Wilderness’ for an incredible month diving with sharks (cageless!), assisting in operations, conducting citizen science, aiding in their outreach program and exploring the world famous Aliwal Shoal. Join South Africa’s premier shark diving company – Blue Wilderness – for an incredible month of diving and freediving with

Learn the skills and techniques of underwater photography from famed photographer Fiona Ayerst and her hand-selected team AM start planningAcquire the knowledge and practical skills required to master the art of underwater photography while exploring the incredible diversity of the stunning coral reefs of the warm Indian Ocean. The course uses “top end” dSLR cameras;

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Develop, film and edit your own wildlife documentary on one of Africa’s most stunning game reserves. Whether you just have a desire to film Africa’s fascinating wildlife, or you are aiming for a career in the competitive world of wildlife film making, then this course is for you. Our wildlife film-making program is specifically

About the Show Great White Sharks get airborne like never before as National Geographic shark expert Ryan Johnson heads to sea with Alta De Vos, a young researcher on the brink of a huge scientific breakthrough. Altas work focuses on Cape Fur Seals, the favourite prey of Ryan’s beloved Great Whites. Together Ryan and Alta