I have done a number of documentaries, but the most important ones are 1 to 2 hours long for Discovery Channel (DC), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Science Fiction Channel/Channel 4 (SF/4), National Geographic Television (NGTV), and Nippon Hoso Kyokai [Japan Broadcasting Corporation] (NHK):
- Quest for the Giant Squid. 1999 (DC)
- Chasing giants: on the trail of the giant squid. 2001 (DC)
- Deep trouble: Blue Planet, episode 9. 2002 (BBC)
- Animal Face Off: Episode 12 (2 hr finale): Sperm Whale vs Colossal Squid. 2004 (DC)
- One Step Beyond: Episode 1 promo (“Current Affairs”): Squid. 2005 (DC)
- Ocean Odyssey. 2006 (BBC) [consultant & cameo]
- Giant squid: caught on camera. 2006 (DC)
- Colossal squid. 2008 (DC)
- Inside Nature's Giants: Giant squid. 2010 (NGTV)
- Beast Legends: The Kraken. 2010 (SF/4)
- The Cannibal. 2011 (NGTV)
- Monster Squid: The Giant is Real. 2013 (DC)
- Legends of the Deep: Giant Squid. 2013 (NHK)
A decade is a long time for me to have not been involved in a documentary, and I miss the excitement of it all. Working in front of and behind the camera was a lot of fun, and I met some truly wonderful can-do and charismatic people.
I've also done a lot of domestic (New Zealand) television: Television New Zealand: Sunday TV (TV1), Holmes (TV1, Prime), 20/20 (TV2), Dateline [scroll to 2:14 for start] (Australia), Kim Hill (TV1) — features on giant squid research, deep-sea conservation and effects of fisheries on receiving environment, cetacean research.