Show Reels & Credits by Rich Stevenson
To see some of my underwater photography please click on the section that interests you:
To see a list of TV programs I’ve worked on please click here
A selection of show reels and credits that the team and myself have personally been involved with are detailed below.
I own the image rights to some of the films too, so if you’re after stock footage please email me directly with your requirements using firstname.lastname@example.org and if you can’t see what you need just ask please as I have a good stock library.
I’ve worked on TV dramas, natural history, feature films, presenter led documentaries, adventurous and challenging locations, cave and mine diving shoots, deep and shallow shipwrecks, polar regions, TV commercials and boat based topside filming
I also has basic editing and colour grading skills mainly working in FCPx. I’m happy wrangling data in particular R3D files and have hardware and software to help produce dailies for DP/Director feedback.
This is a short film I put together showcasing what we can do as a team of people working in the world of underwater TV and Film, enjoy!
Music video for the artist ‘Seramic’ shot on the Alexa mini in Nauticam underwater housing
This is a film shot on out new 360 underwater camera rig, you may need to download an app or watch on a device to view it interactively
First part of a 3 film series for Tag Heuer. Filmed in Cyprus the film covers the story of Styg Pryds and Ocean Ramsey who are both accomplished free-divers with different personal goals.
TV commercial I helped film using a Phantom Flex 4K camera and our own Red Epic Dragon camera in Gates underwater housing
Filmed in the UK during May 2015, these huge jelly fish migrate into UK waters every spring time when plankton levels increase, and this year they have stayed around the south coast for quite some time – Natural History reel – barrel jelly fish I filmed off the Cornish coastline with the Red Epic Dragon 6K camera and Canon cinema lens.
A short film showcasing sound quality when recorded on specialist equipment for TV presenters working underwater – A short film on recording audio underwater from TV presenters using specialist equipment that we’ve built to enable top quality and reliable audio capture.
TV feature we worked on for Top Gear supplying boats and safety divers.
Short film I shot in France for Paris fashion week using the Red Epic with Arri Super prime 18mm lens.
TV feature we worked on for Top Gear supplying underwater filming and equipment, boat cover and safety divers. I was also involved with the design, build and testing of the underwater car itself alongside my friend Gary Goodyear, so if you ever need one building…..!
The second commercial we shot for the RNLI and Blink Productions (London) raising awareness of the dangers involved in our cold UK waterways. TV commercial for the RNLI shot using the Red Epic Dragon camera and Canon K35 18mm prime lens, a very demanding shoot indeed with a sobering message.
A commercial we shot for the RNLI and Blink Productions (London) raising awareness of the dangers involved in our cold UK waterways. TV commercial for the RNLI (2nd film) shot using the Red Epic Dragon camera and Canon K35 18mm prime lens, a very demanding shoot indeed with a sobering message.
This is a short film showcasing some of the caves deep in the heart of France. The entrances are fairly committing but the rewards further on are worth the effort. Filmed and edited by me using a Canon 5D3 in a Nauticam housing with Keldan on camera lights. The diver featured is Dave Gration who is using the Orca Seawolf 20,000 lumen light. Cave diving film shot in France using a canon 5D3 and Orca lighting, not one to watch if you are claustrophobic.
Divers Jason Selway and Mark Vaughan diving one of the largest underwater mine systems in the UK. Mine diving film shot in the UK, amazing place to visit too! Shot on a Canon 5D3 with Keldan underwater lighting
A short clip highlighting what the Red Epic camera is capable of underwater. Shot at 60fps on a 11-16 Duclos lens and then wonderfully edited by Dave Reynolds at Realm Pictures, thanks Dave! TV commercial pilot film shot for BMW featuring one of the Olympic diving team members. Filmed in Crystal Palace pool using the Red Scarlet camera at 48fps and a Duclos 11-16mm lens.