COMPELLING
STORYTELLING

We go where others have not to tell stories that have never been told.

It’s not enough to return from our journeys with important research results. We come back prepared to share stories that energize people—and inspire them to think, discuss, and act on behalf of the world’s oceans and the global community that relies on the oceans for so much.

Critical to our mission is documenting our exploration with compelling and stunning video. Our team includes accomplished directors, cinematographers, editors, sound designers, audio engineers and composers. We shoot with the world’s most advanced underwater cameras, capturing 8K footage as deep as 1,000 meters. And we don’t wait until we’re back: the team in our editing suites on the Alucia begins working while we are at sea, sharing content as we have it.

Of course, in this digital age, different audiences consume media in different ways—and we will reach them all. Working with production, broadcasting, and digital partners, we share our content through TV shows, giant-screen films, and digital and social channels. Our goal is to reach the widest possible audience with the most appropriate content, so that they’re swept away by the ocean whenever and wherever they engage.

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GEAR

OceanX Media uses pioneering technology to tell the stories of explorers and scientists who are making important discoveries in our oceans every day. We employ a variety of cameras—from 8K REDs to super lowlight Canons & Sonys—to deliver footage as captivating and awe-inspiring as the discoveries themselves.

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IN THE NEWS

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Professor Explores Brine Pools on Ocean Floor in Documentary
UGA TODAY 02.21.2018
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Antarctica’s Seafloor is Teeming With Life, Rare Submersible Footage Shows
MASHABLE 03.08.2018
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Life on the Rocks
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 02.12.2018
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The Beauty and Horror of “Blue Planet II”
THE ATLANTIC April 2018
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Video Explores the Ghost Fleet of Warships Sunk by Nuclear Weapons in the Pacific
IFL SCIENCE 04.16.2016
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BBC Tackles Evolution in “Mission Galapagos”
REAL SCREEN 01.10.2017
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