Off the coast of Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Dr. Sylvia Earle dives 1,000 feet below the ocean surface in the DeepSee Submersible to explore the secrets of the deep sea and share its importance.
This interactive Monterey Bay Aquarium book takes the reader on a fascinating multimedia exploration of the kelp forest ecosystem. Click the image below to download from the Apple iTunes store!
A Leatherback’s journey to the Costa Rican Dome.
Along the California coast, teams of dedicated individuals log thousands of hours monitoring and researching some of the most special places on Earth. Stretching from Oregon to Mexico, these are the Yosemites of the Seas—a string of underwater parks, featuring a spectacular range of habits. Hear what fishermen, scientists and conservation leaders have to say […]
Fabien Cousteau and his team of Aquanauts are treated to a predatory night show from the Aquarius Reef Base’s viewport. Sylvia, a goliath grouper and full-time resident of the habitat, attacks a passing barracuda, while a reef shark watches. Kip Evans caught this rare moment during the Mission 31
Photographer & Filmmaker Kip Evans shares some of the gear behind the great images being created at Aquarius Reef Base. Shot entirely on the Nokia Lumia 1020.
Join Adam Zenone and Andy Shantz on a fascinating night dive out and around the Aquarius Reef Base. They narrate the sights and their feelings during this “Inner-Spacewalk”.
“Isla Holbox” Wins Award at 2010 BLUE Ocean Film Festival The waters around Isla Holbox off Mexicos Yucatán Peninsula teem with plankton, a feast for giant whale sharks—10-meter giants that gather by the hundreds from June through September. These super-sized but toothless filter feeders are the core of a local tourism industry, but over-development could […]
“A Wave of Change” highlights the need for marine protected areas along the California coast. Produced and shot by Kip Evans. Written and narrated by Dr. Tierney Thys. Edited by Robyn Hutman. Created for the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Foundation. For more information please visit www.mbnmsf.org
Jardines Del la Reina, Cuba. Produced by the SEAlliance – Kip F. Evans
Kip is a Google Ocean Partner. Check out some of his posts!
Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary is a mysterious offshore marine ecosystem hidden to most. Its depth and unpredictable sea conditions make this place a challenge to visit and study. Above and below the waves of Cordell Bank, life of all shapes and sizes exists. In Cordell Bank: Blue Water Oasis, learn about this remote, hidden gem and how scientists are exploring it.
A beautiful look at the second largest barrier reef in the world. Almost all of this footage was shot in marine protected areas, or Hope Spots – areas vital to saving whats left of our planet’s oceans. For more information on Hope Spots, please visit: Mission-Blue-org. All Footage © Mission Blue Foundation and Kip Evans […]
AT&T – February, 2011 Kip Joined New Dawn Studio of Carmel, CA to produce a series of short videos for the Pebble Beach Company during the AT&T Golf Championship. The tournament was played at Pebble beach Golf Course, Spyglass Hill and Monterey Peninsula Country Club. Check out the videos from the AT&T Golf Tournament! U.S. Open – June […]
Tidepools are unique environments that are home to highly adapted plants and animals. Several amazing tidepools can be visited along the central coast of California and many are designated as marine protected areas. Sponsored by the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Foundation (http://www.mbnmsf.org). Produced by Kip F. Evans. Written by Jenny Carless. Narrated by Lily Hills. Edited […]
Professional photographer Chuck Davis shares his views on shooting along the central California coast and in marine protected areas like Point Lobos. Kip Evans hosts.
The Central California coast is a remarkable area for photographers. There are dozens of locations to create dramatic images. Join host photographer Kip Evans and Carmel based photographer Doug Steakley, as they take you on a journey to three of their favorite location to photography. Along the way you will learn about the best times […]
Pt. Sur lighthouse is a California State Historic Park. It sits atop a dramatic volcanic rock, along the Big Sur coast. Its beacon guides ships along the treacherous Central California Coast. Established in 1889, the lightstation has a colorful past including shipwrecks, ghost stories and tales of family hardship. In 2008, its offshore waters were […]
Elkhorn Slough is one of the largest and last remaining coastal wetlands in California. It is one of only 17 estuarine reserves in the US. Located at the center of Monterey Bay, it is home to all kinds of wildlife – otters, sea lions, 350 species of birds, fish and hundreds of invertebrates. In 2008 […]