Cinematic Science is a production company that specializes in creating inspiring science-based media content and training scientists & students in visual science communication.
Our mission is to communicate science, natural history and social issues through compelling stories and exciting professional-quality videos and campaigns to boost research impact and lead to real-world positive change
Whether you want to promote your organisation, pitch your research to a major funder, boost your impact & citation rate or share your results with the world, we are here to help.
- UltraHD 4K Video Production
- Aerial Cinematography
- Innovative Social Media Campaigns
- Professional Photography
- Training Workshops (photography, video production, science communication)
- Virtual Reality Storytelling
Dr Ian McLeod
Marine Biologist, Communications Manager and Co-Founder
Dr Mark Ziembicki
Environmental Scientist, Photographer and Co-Founder
We are privileged to work with some of the world's best scientists and industry leaders who are passionate about using exciting and novel communication techniques to share their findings with the world. Collaborators and clients include: Discovery Channel, Red Bull, Stanford University, James Cook University, University of British Columbia, American Express and Australian Government agencies including ACIAR, CSIRO and DAF.
Explorers Club International Fellow and marine biologist specialising in remote expedition research and RED 4K underwater media production. See some of his photography here.
Deputy Director of the Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW, Leader of the UNSW Aquaculture Research Group and ACIAR Project Leader. Jes coordinates research to improve food and income security in the Asia-Pacific region.
Alex has a PhD in animal behaviour from the University of Cambridge and is an accomplished underwater cameraman. Read about some of his recent work for the BBC’s Blue Planet II series here.
Marine Biologist working in marine conservation & research in East Africa as the Project Operations Manager of the Oceans Without Borders programme.
Marine Biologist, Geneticist and Communications Manager
A scientist, manager and leader who helps people to protect and sustainably manage the world’s reefs and oceans. More information on Adam and his company Reef Ecologic here
Filmmaker and photographer based in New York City hotshotsmedia.nyc
Large carnivore biologist turned videographer, Laurie specialises in producing targeted content for researchers and conservation groups. For more information visit www.lauriehedges.com
Scientist investigating physiological performance in fishes, including sharks and rays, with a passion for creatively and effectively communicating science to diverse audiences. Currently based at the Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University.
An award winning wildlife photographer and Co-Founder of Tethys Images. Matt’s day job is to solve natural resource management problems through social science
Coral Reef Ecologist and Co-Founder of Tethys Images. Tom is also Senior Curator of Corals at the Queensland Museum and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
Ecologist working with communities, government and non-government organisations to incorporate robust science-based natural resource management with traditional knowledge systems and customary governance
Creative Director and Cinematographer at Hepburn Creative with 18 years of international video industry experience in a wide range of specialties.
Experienced photo and video content creator for zoos, aquariums, and field conservation projects worldwide ryanhawk.com
VR filmmaker whose main focus is on connecting people, places, and products through fully immersive 360°experiences. Galago Vision
Marine biologist, diver, photographer. A kiwi abroad, Paul is currently a post-doctoral researcher with Northeast Fisheries Science Center at NOAA in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, along with a collaborator and scientific diver with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. Paul Caiger Photography