Archive for February, 2008

CNN American Morning – Tiger Shark Footage

Posted in conservation, news, production, video with tags , , , , , on February 29, 2008 by shawnheinrichs

In the wake of several shark attacks that stirred up a media frenzy, CNN – American Morning aired tiger shark footage I shot during the filming of Shark Angels. The footage showed the gentle nature of tiger sharks as they interacted with the girls and Rob Stewart. The combination of compelling footage and facts about the true nature of sharks helped to cool the media hype.

 

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NBC Today Show – Shark Footage Featured

Posted in conservation, news, production, video with tags , , , , , on February 28, 2008 by shawnheinrichs

In the wake of several shark attacks that stirred up a media frenzy, NBC Today Show aired tiger shark footage I shot during the filming of Shark Angels. The footage showed the gentle nature of tiger sharks as they interacted with the girls and Rob Steward. The combination of compelling footage and facts about the true nature of sharks helped to cool the media hype.

 

CNN Andersen Cooper – Tiger Shark Footage Featured

Posted in conservation, news, production, video with tags , , , , , on February 27, 2008 by shawnheinrichs

In the wake of several shark attacks that stirred up a media frenzy, CNN – Andersen Cooper aired tiger shark footage I shot during the filming of Shark Angels. The footage showed the gentle nature of tiger sharks as they interacted with the girls and Rob Steward. The combination of compelling footage and facts about the true nature of sharks helped to cool the media hype.

Our World Underwater 2008 Bronze

Posted in news, production, video with tags , , , , , , , on February 10, 2008 by shawnheinrichs

Sardine Run: Charging Dolphins – Breaching Whales earned bronze in the video category of the Our World Underwater International Competition.

Charging Dolphins – Breaching Whales” 5 minute preview of the full film drops you into the sardine run with the dolphins and whales taking center stage. The day begins on the shores of the wild coast. Moving off shore, we join a group of humpbacks migrating north. The activity heats up as common dolphins trap a shoal of sardines. Joined by cape gannets, they launch an all-out assault on the baitball. ¬†Further offshore, pods of bottlenose dolphins catch wind of the activity and charge in. Will they make it in time for the feast?

Video: Charging Dolphins – Breaching Whales