- Kings of Baja TrailerIN HOUSE PRODUCED:<br /> A forty minute natural history journey highlighting the remote north american peninsula known as Mexico's "Frontier Zone". Shot in 4k, 5k & 6k, this magnificent collection of images tells the story of the truly unique and epic flora and fauna of the Baja--animals and plants that must overcome the extremes of the Sonoran desert climate as well as the truly unique and most notable giants of the underwater realm that inhabit the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific side of the Baja.
- Journey to the Sea of Cortez - TrailerIN HOUSE PRODUCED:<br /> In March 1940, the author John Steinbeck and his friend, marine biologist Ed Ricketts, sailed down the coast of California and Mexico to the Sea of Cortez. "The abundance of life here gives one an exuberance," they wrote, "a feeling of fullness and richness." Their stated purpose was to document the creatures that inhabit shallow waters and tide pools on the margins of the Sea of Cortez. But it became much more.<br /> Can the story of their journey inspire new efforts to preserve the Sea of Cortez? Journey to the Sea of Cortez, set against gorgeous ocean backdrops and featuring amazing footage of its creatures, seeks to answer that question.
- GALAPAGOS - Realm of Giant Sharks TrailerIN HOUSE PRODUCED:<br /> In the far reaches of the Galapagos archipelago there is a remote island – Darwin Island. Here, a mysterious parade of giant whale sharks passes…all of them are pregnant females, about to give birth. What has drawn them here? And where are they going?<br /> <br /> Galapagos: Realm of Giant Sharks follows a group of researchers who have travelled out to Darwin Island to begin following these dinosaurs of the sea wherever they travel across the globe. But placing satellite tracking devices on giant sharks is not always easy. Steel spear tips bounce off. Dangerous currents intervene. And the sharks can deliver bone-crushing swipes with their tails.
- The Marine Mammal Center San FranciscoSan Francisco's "The Marine Mammal Center" is the only facility like it in the world. First responder, teaching and learning facility. Shot and produced by Michael Watchulonis and Johnny Friday.
- SEA LION RESCUEA story about hope on the Sea. Saving sea lions from gill nets and long lines in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
- The Wild Pacific TrailerIN HOUSE PRODUCED:<br /> It is the largest body of water on earth, covering nearly 30% of our planet. Home to a stunning menagerie of creatures. Great Whites hunting in ghostly silence. Ballets of whale sharks and giant mantas. Swarms of mating squid in a magical kelp forest. Voracious striped marlin, sea lions, and pelicans decimating great schools of herring. Experience the Wild Pacific. From Emmy-nominated producer Michael Watchulonis. Cinematography by Emmy-winning cameraman Johnny Friday. Currently in post-production. Available June 1, 2015