Craig Musburger

Marine Biologist and Filmmaker, 'HD Under H2O'

Dr. Craig Musburger is a marine biologist and Emmy Award winning underwater cameraman. He currently produces a web series for PBS Digital Studios called UnderH2O which follows him and his team on underwater adventures that showcase the natural beauty of the ocean world. Currently based in Hawaii, Dr. Musburger's work has taken him diving in all corners of the world. His PhD research focused on the distribution of coral reef fish species on 38 different islands scattered across the Pacific Ocean. His current partnership with PBS Digital Studios has allowed him to present viewers with a biologist's perspective on marine environments and has featured stunning underwater imagery of everything from underwater lava flows to microscopic views of fluorescent corals.

Dr. Musburger has been filming the underwater world for a dozen years. His company, HD Under H2O, specializes in educational content and provides services to commercial film clients all over the world. He is a three time Emmy nominee for Outstanding Camerawork and he won this award for his work as the underwater cameraman for the NBC Sports production of the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in 2011. A SCUBA diver since the age of 12, he worked as a commercial dive guide before going to graduate school at the University of Hawaii where he received both his Masters and PhD in Zoology/Marine Biology.

Follow Dr. Musburger and UnderH2O on Twitter @craigmusburger @UnderH2Oshow

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