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San Francisco Ocean Film Festival

San Francisco Ocean Film Festival

For the past two years I have had two films that I’ve produced featured at the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival. This past year the folks at the film festival interviewed me about my current film “Isla Holbox/Whale Shark Island”.  It was an honor to be recognized and to share with them input into the […]

Belize

Belize

Deep Search Expedition #3 is now underway. Team members Kip and John arrived this morning in Belize to begin filming and researching the natural habitats of this unique Central American nation, as well as to meet a number of Belizeans who are working hard to preserve its vital, fragile environment. Next week, Dr. Sylvia Earle […]

Cuba's Coral Reefs

Cuba’s Coral Reefs

NPR covers scientists efforts to protect Cuba’s unspoiled coral reefs. Los Jardines de la Reina, or the Queen’s Gardens, host pristine coral reefs and are part of the Caribbean’s largest marine reserve banning fishing over the 386-square miles of the islands. Kip visited these reefs with Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue Foundation as part her ‘Hope […]


Cuba

Cuba

Dr. Sylvia Earle’s second Deep Search Foundation expedition will take us to the coral reefs of Cuba. Join us from October 30th – November 5th as we explore what remains of a priceless ecological resource; largely unspoilt coral reefs that support a wide array of rare plant and animal species. The expedition aims to document […]

Holbox - Whale Sharks

Holbox – Whale Sharks

During July, Sylvia Earle’s Deep Search Foundation was on the island of Holbox as part of a research expedition to better understand the largest fish on earth. I was on-hand  to document the important research being conducted in Holbox through film and photography. Whale sharks are widely distributed in all tropical and warm temperate seas […]

Kip on NBC Nightly News

Kip on NBC Nightly News

Check out Kip Evans featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams! The news documented the launch of Google Ocean, the new addition to Google Earth, and features the photography and video footage of Kip Evans.