NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Mega Hammerhead

Our friends at National Geographic love hammerhead sharks as much as we do. Why? Because they’re awesome. So, we jump into deep waters to create a compelling hour of television documenting the hammerhead shark using mind-blowing 3D graphics and underwater photography. Teaming with shark researcher Dr. Neil Hammerschlag (who clearly was born for this episode) and underwater cinematographer Joe Romeiro, we set off to the Bahamas to find and tag the largest of them all – the great hammerhead shark. We used cutting edge motion graphics and design to highlight all the incredible evolutionary traits of the hammerhead species. Combining these graphics with visceral underwater action and epic location photography, we were able to create a uniquely Radley-style portrait of why this shark is unlike any other on the planet.
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Live action production
Design and animation
Editorial, Post
A super predator
360-degree vision? Check. Super-powered electrosensitivity? Check. Combining these graphics sequence with thrillingly up-close underwater interactions and epic aerial cinematography, we were able to create a comprehensive portrait of why this shark is unlike any other on the planet.