Spindrift Images (3 Films)
by Nick & Cheryl Dean
Have you ever heard of Alfred Russel Wallace? If not, you are about to…assuming you read (and view) on! Wallace was a 19th century British naturalist, who is now (finally) co-credited, along with Charles Darwin, with the Theory of Natural Selection. Wallace’s life was much more interesting than Darwin’s. His book, “The Malay Archipelago”, which reads like an adventure travel log, should be on everyone’s bucket list, especially if you are interested in Indonesia and the BHS.
Wallace visited and was WOWed by the area long before we were born!
I just discovered 3 incredible films by Nick and Cheryl Dean, which any visitor to the Raja and the BHS will definitely want to view. Spindrift Images films will take you on an incredible, magical journey and Wallace will be there as your guide. Don’t miss these incredible videos. Life on Wallace’s Line
Much of the footage in these films was created in Raja Ampat. Their other short films are very cool too. Not to miss!
Nick & Cheryl Dean have been diving for over 20 years, and have been filming underwater for about 4 years. They are passionate about creating films that capture images of the rare and unusual creatures living beneath the surface of the ocean, and that tell the stories of people whose lives intersect with the seas. Their films have been recognized and won awards at many film festivals, including the Blue Oceans Film Festival (2015) and the American Conservation Film Festival (2015). Nick and Cheryl are both active members of the San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition and the San Diego Underwater Photographic Society.