When it comes to film crews at Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center, our goal is to make shooting in Bimini as stress-free as possible. Our on-island crew is available to schedule everything you need to set-up a remote island shoot. From support services (i.e. location scouting, flight charters, taxi transportation, boat charters, special catering and provisioning requests, etc.) to talent to equipment, we're here to make it happen! The Bahamas has been a scenic film destination for decades, and word about the benefits of filming here is now more powerful than even. As success mounts, Neal Watson's Bimin Scuba Center looks forward to the future! Since our opening here in Bimini, we've had the pleasure of hosting film crews from across the globe, including the United States, Canada, the UK, Belgium, Germany, France, China, Brazil and beyond. Check out our highlight reel and production resume below!
We have a had the pleasure of working alongside these well known organizations:
We look forward to making your Bimini shoot a success and we invite you to contact us directly at (242) 473 8816. Customized quotes available for your specific needs.
Meet One of Our On-Island Collaborators:
Underwater Cameraman Duncan Brake
Duncan has travelled, photographed and filmed, extensively throughout the world, from fighting bull elephant seals on the Antarctic Island of South Georgia to 4m tiger sharks in the crystal blue waters off Grand Bahama. After graduating in Marine Biology from Stirling University in Scotland, Duncan combined his passion for photography and film with his love for the ocean. He spent a couple of years in Scotland, studying, photographing and filming the fresh water habitats before learning the art of underwaterfilm while working at The Underwater Centre in Fort William. There he also picked up skills in driving and filming with ROV's, Pan & Tilt plus pole cam systems. He then braved the elements of the South Atlantic for 3 years working from the Falkland Islands down to Antarctica, as a marine biologist and freelance cameraman. Duncan then defrosted by venturing up to work as the Media Operations manager and assistant lab manager for the world renowned Bimini Biological Field Station, Shark Lab, where he gained thousands of hours of experience in the water working with, photographing and filming sharks in their natural habitats. After spending over two and a half years at the Shark Lab, Duncan moved to a ecotourism liveaboard boat, where he is presently filming sharks and dolphins, adding to Oceanicallstars, HD and HDV stock footage library.