Duncan Brake is an Emmy nominated cinematographer who has traveled, photographed and filmed, extensively throughout the world. From fighting bull elephant seals on the Antarctic Island of South Georgia to four meter tiger sharks in the crystal blue waters off Grand Bahama, Duncan has filmed some epic action. After graduating in Marine Biology from Stirling University in Scotland, Duncan 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 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 started working full time as a freelance camera operator and has shot for The BBC, CBBC, Discovery, National Geographic, Animal Planet, Discovery Canada, ITV and many more. He is the founder of conservation media company OceanicAllstars and the media director for Sharks4Kids. He currently lives on the island of South Bimini with is wife Jillian and their adopted island pit bull Lusca.Follow Duncan on Instagram: @Duncan_Brake