Life according to NickHope
An English filmmaker based in Bangkok. Mostly underwater.
Scuba diving trips to the Similan Islands, Gulf of Thailand, Burma, North Sulawesi, Bali and Malaysia.
Boonsung wreck off Khao Lak, then Anilao in the Philippines.
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I’ve been working on a 90-minute documentary called...
Published 5:26 am, 10 Oct 2013
I’ve been working on a 90-minute documentary called “Mucky Secrets”, about the weird and wonderful marine life of Indonesia’s Lembeh Strait, one of my favorite muck diving destinations.
Here’s a prologue I made in advance of the full release. I really tried to show the personalities of all these quirky little creatures.
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L’Incredibile Barriera Corallina
Published 12:21 am, 7 Aug 2013
Una nuova versione del mio DVD, “Reef Life of the Andaman”, per l’Italia, con un commento multa in lingua italiana. Il titolo è stato cambiato in “L’incredibile Barriera Corallina”.
(A new, re-titled version of my DVD, “Reef Life of the Andaman” for Italy, with a fine commentary in Italian)
Marine Life Video for Schools & Universities
Published 11:41 am, 4 Jul 2013
I’m delighted that “Reef Life of the Andaman” is now being distributed to the educational market by films.com, the leading source in this field.
Both DVD and streaming versions are available with appropriate rights for schools, universities etc.. The 116-minute documentary is a great resource for marine biology students and anyone interested in life under the sea.
(As always the home version is available at bubblevision.com)
My DVDs are now manufactured and shipped by CreateSpace, a...
Published 6:11 am, 6 Apr 2013
My DVDs are now manufactured and shipped by CreateSpace, a subsidiary of Amazon, and I designed a new sleeve for my “Diving in Bali” DVD. You can still find them at http://www.bubblevision.com/marine-life-DVD.htm
Answer to my video puzzle “How Many Fish?”. There...
Published 5:08 am, 27 Mar 2013
Answer to my video puzzle “How Many Fish?”. There are 2 frogfishes here. I never saw the far one until I watched this video back on my computer.