Can't believe we actually won a BAFTA.
BAFTA Television Craft awards Winner - Best Photography Factual - BBC Blue Planet 2 - Episode One Ocean.
Congratulations to all the cinematography team: Alfredo Barro, Chris Bryan, Patrick Dykstra, Tom Fitz, Ted Giffords, Steve Hathaway, Roger Horrocks, Roger Munns, Didier Noirot, David Reichert, Nuno Nuno Sá, Gavin Thurston, for the BAFTA award.
Can't say how proud I am to be a part of such a amazing team of talented people and having given a contribute to such a milestone series such as Blue Planet 2.
It seems it was just yesterday that I was watching the original Blue Planet series and dreaming that maybe one day I would see some of those amazing spectacles of Nature in person. 16 years latter to actually be part of the team that wins a BAFTA for the opening episode of Blue Planet 2 is just beyond any dream or expectation.
My contribution to this episode was probably one of the most intense underwater experience in my career - shooting the great herring migration in the Norwegian fiords and the hundreds of Orcas and Humpbacks that follow them.
Special thanks to producer Jonathan Smith and to Frank Wirth for the logistics, Emanuel Goulart Skipper extraordinaire and safety diver Marta Vargas, for all the help filming the Orcas feeding in the Norwegian fiords.
A even bigger thanks to my family and especially my beautiful wife Maria Sáthat takes care of my 3 kids and somehow survives it all while I chase ocean life around the world.
Our Office is located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, smack on top of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, more precisely in the Azores Archipelago. Led by awarded photographer and videographer Nuno Sá, we have over a decade of experience diving and capturing images of Oceanic life in its most extreme environments. Equipped with the best gear in the Professional market we are prepared to deliver imagery in Ultra High Definition, 5 K resolution, as well as provide full expedition logistics, cameraman and DOP services. .