> Norbert Wu is an independent photographer and filmmaker who specializes in marine life. His writing and photography have appeared in thousands of books, films, and magazines, including feature articles in Audubon, Le Figaro, GEO, International Wildlife, and National Geographic. He is the author and photographer of seventeen books on wildlife and photography. His Scholastic Encyclopedia of Animals has sold over half a million copies. His background includes degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University and doctoral studies at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
> He was awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) Artists and Writers Grants to document wildlife and research in Antarctica in 1997, 1999, and 2000. In 2000, he was awarded the Antarctica Service Medal of the United States of America "for his contributions to exploration and science in the U.S. Antarctic Program." His films include a pioneering high-definition television (HDTV) program on Antarctica’s underwater world for Thirteen/WNET New York's Nature series that airs on PBS.
> He is only one of two photographers to have been awarded a Pew Marine Conservation Fellowship – the world's most prestigious award in ocean conservation and outreach. He was named "Outstanding Photographer of the Year" in 2004 by the North American Nature Photographers Association (NANPA), the highest honor an American nature photographer can be given by his peers. In 2005, Norbert Wu served as a consultant on Apple Computer's Aperture software development team.
> Please contact our office for submissions of 2K and 4K high-definition footage of the oceans and marine life; and still images of oceans and marine life: office_at_norbertwu.com.