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Walt Deas - Diver, Photographer & Videographer

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David Attenborough & Walt Deas during some of the filming of "Life On Earth" at Heron Island
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Jean Deas talks to Lotte & Hans Hass and their daughter in Paris, 1975.

Video & Photo Credits
Walt Deas list of publications and video credits is long and impressive. His list of publication credits include Beneath Australian Seas, Seashells of Australia, Australian Fishes in Colour. Elected Australian photographer of the year, and Hall of fame of US Academy of Underwater Photographers. He was the lead photographer for the Time/Life book Great Barrier Reef and AUP's The Great Barrier Reef

American productions such as "Time Trax" and "Mission Impossible", for the UK - "Reefwatch - the Red Sea' and "Animal Magic Goes Cruising" and the Swedish Emmy award production "The Unknown World" among others.

Working with David Attenborough
David is as great person to work with, will listen to what you have to say. A charming person. There are others who have usually been directors who think they know it all, just out of film school and think they are God's gift to the film industry - but, who infact are just a nuisance!

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