Divers and More
Danny Mauro is the producer, director and writer of four documentary and lifestyle series in the undersea genre: Sport Diver, Undersea Explorer, Undersea Adventures, and The Blue Realm.
He has developed and filmed over 105 programs about the marine environment. After graduating with a film and television degree Danny worked in broadcasting, educational and corporate video production. During his early freelance career he became a certified scuba diver, and at 27, he created a television series examining the world's most intriguing undersea realms, 'Sport Diver'.
Danny began production of his first High Definition series 'The Blue Realm' in 2003. The thirteen-part series began airing in 2004 on Discovery HD Theater, Discovery Canada and National Geographic International.
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Jim Kozmik has been in the Underwater Photography, Videography and Film business since 1969. His work has been published in 65 magazines and newspapers and he has over 50,000 stock images along with thousands of hours of video footage representing the underwater environment. Jim has over 230 feature films, documentaries, movies of the week and commercials to his credit. He has been the Underwater D.O.P. for such notable productions as: Driven, Rated X, Never Let Her Die, Nikita, FX, Tuxedo, Til Death Do Us Part, The Devil’s Throat and more.
Neil McDaniel is an accomplished writer, photographer and cinematographer with a wide range of experience in feature films, documentaries and television production. After receiving a degree in Marine Zoology from the University of British Columbia, Neil directed underwater studies with the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans. He later became editor of DIVER Magazine. Neil has since worked as a cinematographer, scientific consultant and writer specializing in marine topics. Neil has contributed natural history articles to many international magazines and has credits on numerous documentaries for the BBC, PBS, Discovery and A&E.
Tom Campbell is an internationally renowned wildlife phototographer specializing in the marine environment. After beginning his diving career in the frigid lakes of Alberta, Canada, Tom moved to California. Upon meeting the rigorous demands for volunteers in the USMC First Force Recon Company, Tom qualified as a US Navy Diver and was a member of the legendary Seal Team One. Throughout his military and civilian careers, Tom remained an avid photographer and filmmaker and quickly joined the ranks of elite underwater image makers. His articles, photography and High-Definition video images have appeared in countless publications and television productions including: Discovery, BBC, NHK, TLC, A&E and National Geographic. Tom has won several international awards for his cinematography.
Tony Moskal has been working in broadcast television and film for nearly twenty years. He has produced video and audio sound tracks on numerous productions for Discovery Channel, CBC, CTV, W Channel, the Travel Channel, National Geographic, Sony Pictures Classics, and many others. Tony began his career as a musician in his teens, and as a sound engineer he received nomination for Best Engineer in the Westcoast Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. He later expanded his abilities to include sound design for film and television and has been fortunate to work on many award winning productions. His most recent creative endeavour is video editing; a natural extension of his music and sound design talents.