The amazing Lord Howe Island was inscribed on the UNESCO Worlds Heritage List in 1982. It is a place of biological diversity with endemic flora and fauna that have only just begun to be understood.
Lying half way between Australia and New Zealand it is one of my favorite destinations with great diving, bird watching and wonderful people. This is the first documentary on what may be the most isolated nature reserve on the planet.
For this film, I was the Location Manager, Line Producer, 2nd underwater Camera Operator and worked with a multinational crew from Germany and Australia.
The documentary was made available in English, French and German. A trailer in English can be found at this link.
For the embedded videos below, the audio is in French so for those who speak French, enjoy the film and for everyone else, please enjoy the images.