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Sue Daly

Lighting Cameraman / Producer

Channel Islands, United Kingdom

Sue Daly is a writer, broadcaster and natural history film-maker based in the Channel Islands. She specialised originally in underwater camera work and her first full length film, ‘Bouley Bay Watch’, won two major international awards and was acquired by National Geographic. Her book on the Channel Islands’ sea life and filming experience around the UK have given her an unrivalled knowledge of the British marine world. She has an extensive library of underwater footage from around the UK as well as many hours of footage on digi beta of Channel Island wildlife.

As well as filming, presenting and producing many of her own programmes she has also worked for various production companies including the BBC Natural History Unit both abroad and in the UK.

Sue has 21 years diving experience and full HSE qualifications

Credits and Experience

Wild Islands Two

A second series of Channel Island based films photographed, presented, produced and edited by Sue Daly

Coast

Underwater camera and contributor to several episodes over the first three series

Wild North & Wild West Jersey

Two 40 minute minute films on the wildlife and natural history of Jersey's coast line for the National Trust for Jersey.

Wild Islands

A series of five half hours on Channel Island wildlife, photographed, produced and presented by Sue Daly for Channel Television

Britain Goes Wild

BBC NHU, contributor & underwater photographer.

Reefs of Iron

A Sue Daly production for Channel Television on the natural history of shipwrecks.

Gywllt - Mexico

Telesgop Productions for S4C, a presenter led programme about conservation projects in the Mexican Caribbean, underwater photographer.

Inside Out

BBC South, a feature on the underwater life of Lundy Marine Reserve, underwater photographer.

Living on the Edge

A Sue Daly production for Channel Television on the wildlife of the seashore above and below water.

St Abb's Voluntary Marine Reserve

An information film on the underwater life of Britain's first Marine Reserve, photographer & producer

Wild North, St Abbs

Tyne Tees Television, a feature on the marine life of the North Sea, underwater photographer.

Sark, a Secret Sea

A Sue Daly production for Channel Television on the marine life of Sark. (RTS winner, best regional documentary).

Treasure Islands

BBC Natural World on the wildlife of the Channel Islands, Underwater photographer and topside field assistant.

Bouley Bay Watch

A Sue Daly production for Channel Television on the marine life of the north coast of Jersey.

Lundy, An Island to Treasure

An information film for English Nature on Lundy Marine Nature Reserve, photographer and producer.

Reef Encounters

An information film for the Marine Conservation Society on the Red Sea, photographer and producer.

Histoires Naturelle

Seasons (France) a film about the wildlife of the Channel Islands, underwater photographer.

In Care of Nature, Seahorses

Marathon, a film about the work of a seahorse conservationist, underwater photographer.


Contacts

telephone: +44 (0)1481 832175

mobile: +44 (0)7797 720002

web: www.suedalyproductions.com

email: sue@suedalyproductions.com

Skills

Digibeta,  Long Lens,  Underwater,  Video.

Equipment

Sony Digibeta camera (DVW 700),  Fujinon HA42 13.5 - 570mm (13.5 - 570mm),  Sony J20,  Sony FX1, Amphico Housing, Green Force lights,  Full scuba diving equipment,  Pole cam with Sony GVD900 monitor/recorder.