Climate Adaptation Film For NatGeo

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  In October of 2015, I traveled to Bangladesh with fellow National Geographic collaborators Justin DeShields, Alize Carre and Katia Nicolova to...

Underwater Virtual Reality Film In Production

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I recently began a virtual reality film project with producer Tahria Sheather that tells one story of the effects of climate change on coral reefs.  The...

Andy Maser Wins 2 Emmy Awards / Edward R Murrow Award

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Andy was recently awarded an Emmy Award and an Edward R Murrow Award for Journalism for his work in the PBS show,...

Andy Maser nominated for four 2014 Emmy Awards

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Affirmation that last year really was an epic year professionally has come in a more official form – Emmy nominations. I’m honored...

Whitewater kayak shoot in Hood River for Subaru and Grind TV

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Sometimes the boundaries of work and play blur. This spring we collaborated with Subaru and Canoe and Kayak Magazine to make a...

Exploring Angkor Wat for Google Maps and National Geographic Creative

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Assignments come in every shape and size—exciting, interesting, grueling, trying. But every once in a while one comes along that is pure...

Telling Namibia’s conservation story for World Wildlife Fund

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Last fall Jenny Nichols and I had the opportunity to spend a month in Namibia working with World Wildlife Fund to tell...

Wingsuit basejumping shoot for Adidas in Switzerland

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My first steps on the European continent last September took me to the top of the Eiger and Jungfrau, shooting Dean Potter...

Exploring and Filming: Glacier Caves for PBS

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It was 3 o’clock in the morning and we were hanging from ropes, midway down a 300′ vertical ice shaft high on...

NatGeo Production: Gold Timers

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I just finished shooting two episodes for a new NatGeo series called Gold Timers in Hope, AK. The series is an interesting...