Northern California Underwater Photographic Society (NCUPS) invites you to to join us, February 9, 2018, for an evening with Matt Ferraro, documentary film Producer, Director, Underwater Cinematographer, and co-founder of Way North Films. Matt’s many years working as a member of the Cousteau team has taught him The Power of Film. Matt will share how to film in ways that tell a powerful story which will make a difference. He will also share few recent behind the scene stories from his latest film project, Arctic Sound, a documentary centered on a young Marine Biologist who spends his Winters on his sailboat, the Barba, studying Norwegian Orcas. Arctic Sound transports us to the magical worlds of Norwegian Orcas, Northern Lights and natural wonders of sound.
Q&A will follow with Matt.
If you are interested in attending as a guest of NCUPS please RSVP on MeetUps or Facebook. Event is free to NCUPS Members. A suggested small donation of $5 to NCUPS for non-members would be greatly appreciated.
SanMateo, CA 94403 United States
Matt cut his teeth on Motion Picture film, progressed through all professional video formats and is an expert with the latest digital cinema cameras. Matt’s long list of credits includes the award winning 11 hour seven-episode PBS series Ocean Adventures and the record breaking Mission 31.
As a deep tech and closed circuit rebreather diver, Matt documented the rarely visited wreck of the USS Monitor, was the part of the first team in 19 years to touch down on Cordell Bank and recorded the twilight reefs of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. While continuing production work and his passion for ocean conservation, Matt is currently employing his hard won skills directing independent documentaries and at Backscatter Underwater Video & Photo as the Cinematographer at Large.