David Attenborough's Global Adventure

Zoo VFX/SKY - 2020

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When David Attenborough was in his mid-eighties, many thought he had retired.  Instead, he embarked for the next 7 years on a new era of natural history film making, re-visiting iconic locations and using advanced technologies to share a new perspective on the natural world.
 

From the deep oceans in a state-of-the-art submarine on the Great Barrier Reef, to the ancient rainforests of Borneo, this captivating film highlights some of the incredible locations he visited, and the fascinating creatures he has encountered along the way. From the marine iguanas in the Galapagos to ingenious King Penguins in South Georgia, and from the fastest bird on earth in Rome to the legendary Dodo inside the walls of the Natural History Museum, we follow Attenborough’s travels across the globe and through time, as he shares his unique insights into the natural world.

This was a quick turnaround project using existing setups I had created from a previous project with the Zoo VFX team. There were 6 maps needed of global locator moves around the globe to link the sections of the documentary together.