We bring over 40 years combined experience in storytelling, filmmaking, editing, photography, graphic design and web design.
We are breaching the digital and natural worlds.
As a documentary producer/director, Matt leads teams to every corner of the Earth and into some of the most extreme environments imaginable in order to bring home the story. His passions lie with telling stories that make a difference.
After 15 years in film production, which included the seven-episode PBS series Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Adventures, Matt has emerged as an experienced and accomplished filmmaker. He continues to seek out and support projects that are committed to socially and ecologically sustainable missions.
Matt also holds a medical certification from the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology and is a California emergency medical technician.
Brian is a documentary filmmaker and photographer dedicated to increasing social awareness about environmental issues that are facing the world today. Through the medium of film and the latest digital technologies, Brian strives to create compelling, thought provoking images that will help drive the social conversation and instill a conservation ethic.
Brian graduated with a B.S. in Marine Biology and a minor in Oceanography from the University of New Hampshire. He then studied whales in the field with renowned biologist Roger Payne and the organization Ocean Alliance. Through his work in the field, Brian realized the importance of conveying the discoveries and issues that scientists were uncovering to the public to help promote awareness and better decision-making. He left field research and began freelancing for documentary photography and video projects that worked towards this goal. He has covered stories for the New York Times, and Smithsonian among other notable publications and worked with Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Ocean Futures Society team on filming and post production for the Ocean Adventures series with PBS that aired 11 hours of programs from 2006 through 2009.
Known for her insight and ability to captivate audiences with emotional imagery of wildlife and conservation issues, Carrie Vonderhaar has been photographing under water and on land, for over a decade. She has spent the last 12 years as chief expedition photographer for Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, she earned her degrees in fine arts, French language and political science from Wittenberg University. Following advanced studies at Université de Rennes in France, Carrie enrolled in the prestigious Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. In 2011, Carrie was inducted into the Ohio Women's Hall of Fame, alongside Halle Berry and Doris Day, for her contributions in the Arts and Conservation. Carrie also holds a medical certification from the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology and is a California emergency medical technician.
Carrie’s photographs have graced the covers of numerous magazines, newspapers and the award-winning, coffee-table book America’s Underwater Treasures. Her images have been exhibited all over the world including a solo exhibit at the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco.
Carrie’s ability to pursue diverse subjects is unique in the field of conservation photography. Her focus includes nearly everything in the sea, from whales to pygmy seahorses, and conservation issues from habitat loss in the Amazon to climate change in the high Arctic. Currently Carrie's photography is exclusively represented by National Geographic.