Monthly Archives: October 2015

New Film – “52: The Search for the Lonliest Whale in the World”

Bryce is back from an incredible week at sea with a great team filming, tagging and listening to blue whales in search of 52: The Lonliest Whale in the World.  From All Day Everyday:

Five years ago Director Josh Zeman first learned of the mystery of the loneliest whale in the world. At that moment he decided to set off on a mission to share this story with the world in the hopes of one day finding 52.  We are incredibly excited to announce that today – a film team led by Director Josh Zeman and expert marine scientists Dr. John Hildebrand (SIO), Dr. Ana Sirovic (SIO), and Dr. John Calambokidis (CRC) – are hitting the great Pacific Ocean in search of the mysterious whale.

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Bryce Groark and JohnCalambokidis

Bryce Groark with the legendary whale scientist, John Calambokidis

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Filming on location in Alabama

Spent this week in Uniontown, Alabama learning more about the catfish industry in America with Harvest Select.

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Catfish pond at sunrise in Alabama

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Filming on location in Maine

Had a great week in Maine filming some amazing fish farms with the Maine Aquaculture Association and Sebastian Belle.

Do you know where most mussels come from?

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Peter Livingston and Mission Blue win for Outstanding Editing at the Emmy’s

Congratulations to Peter Livingston for his well deserved win at the Emmy’s last week for his Editing work on Mission Blue.  Watch the film here on Netflix:

Jack Youngelson (Writer, Producer), Dr. Sylvia Earle & Peter Livingston (Editor)

Jack Youngelson (Writer, Producer), Dr. Sylvia Earle & Peter Livingston (Editor)

Dos - Damien Drake and Bryce Groark for Mission Blue

Cinematographers – Bryce Groark and Damien Drake for Mission Blue

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New Book – “Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs”

Stoked to have Bryce’s images as part of the new edition “Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs.” This book follows a legendary series originating back in the 1980’s by Peter Sale.  From the Editor, Camilo Mora:

“This decade’s book is divided in five parts, providing extensive reviews on the state of the knowledge in the context of basic ecology, macro-scale patterns and processes, human interventions and impacts, conservation, and past and current debates. In total, the book includes 36 chapters by 56 of the world’s leading reef fish ecologists and it is illustrated in full color.”

http://www.amazon.com/Ecology-Fishes-Coral-Reefs-Camilo/dp/1107089182

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