Biography: Cinematographer Mark Conlin

      Mark Conlin is a marine wildlife photographer. He has been involved with three award-winning, underwater wildlife documentaries while working for Howard Hall Productions. Both "Seasons in the Sea" and "Shadows in a Desert Sea" were recipients of the prestigious Golden Panda Award at the Wildscreen Film Festival. The third film, "Jewels of the Caribbean," a National Geographic Special won two Emmy awards. Mark has worked on over 20 underwater film productions.

      Mark holds a degree in marine biology and his still photographs have appeared in International Wildlife, Ocean Realm, National Geographic Television Promotions, Associated Press, Variety, Smithsonian, and Natural History, BBC Wildlife, Ranger Rick, Sportfishing, and Canadian Wildlife.

      Mark assisted in the filming of California's forests of giant kelp for the first-ever, 3D underwater IMAX film, entitled "Into the Deep." Mark also worked on "The Living Sea," a 2D IMAX film that was nominated for an academy award. Mark's latest project with Howard Hall is Secrets of the Ocean Realm.

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