Growing up in southern California, Rick learned to free dive at an early age. Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal has filmed whales for much of his long career. v Fortunately, these marine mammals are also incredibly intelligent and adept at learning new foraging techniques. While in college he was hired by Sea World of San Diego, where he eventually became a whale trainer. Rick Rosenthal, HSU alumnus (’67, Zoology), marine biologist and two-time Emmy Award winning cinematographer, will present clips of his most recent work. The group includes the graceful sailfish, the menacing swordfish and queen of them all, the marlin. Some years later he relocated to Alaska, and worked as a consultant to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Office of the Governor, the National Marine Fisheries Service and the U.S. Episode 3 British Columbia. PBS Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal introduces us to billfish — the marlins, sailfish, spearfish and swordfish that are sport fishermen’s most prized catches. Marine biologist Rick Rosenthal witnesses something no one has seen before: an adult sailfish ­ believed to possess poor eyesight ­ feeding at night. He is a director and producer, known for Bad Boys (1983), Transparent (2014) and Halloween II (1981). Growing up in southern California, Rick learned to free dive at an early age. Directors Rick Rosenthal Genres Documentary Subtitles English [CC] Audio languages English. Further, Wade believed that bull sharks would not have lived so far upriver, and there had been no sightings of dorsal fins breaking the water's surface. Humboldt State UniversityAlumni & EngagementNelson Hall East 1121 Harpst St, Arcata, CA 95521Phone: 707.826.3132forever@humboldt.edu. ; His first professional opportunity came when he was hired by Sea World to assist with the care and training of whales. He is married to Nancy Stephens. Rosenthal, a marine biologist and four-time Emmy and BAFTA award-winning filmmaker, was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009. Rick’s research also included extensive monitoring of fish communities in southern Alaska. Marine biologist and cameraman Rick Rosenthal has been filming in the ocean for decades, but one spectacle has eluded him and other filmmakers, until now. Rosenthal captures the often bizarre and still uncharted life forms that make up the largest animal migration on … Bluefin are the largest tunas and can live up to 40 years. ! 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Marine biologist and wildlife photographer Rick Rosenthal discovers the life of the bluefin tuna, a creature few have managed to film in the wild. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough. Award winning videographer and Marine Biologist, Rick Rosenthal, shares his Hawaiian adventure in a Hobie Mirage i9S, i14T and Tandem Island. He is married to Nancy Stephens. At university, Rick pursued postgraduate studies in marine biology … Compelled to share his observations with a larger audience, he began working in television and filmmaking. Rick Rosenthal Rick Rosenthal is a four-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker and the recipient of numerous other internationally recognized awards for his cinematography of the natural world. Then, drawn by the glow of Rick's flashlight, a baby sailfish emerges from the darkness. Rick Rosenthal is Director of Film and Video for the Marviva Foundation, a privately funded, pro-active international organization committed to the preservation of marine environments of Latin America. Underwater camerawork played a key part in his research and he wanted to share his observations with a larger audience, so he began to work in television and filmmaking. Marine biologist Rick Rosenthal witnesses something no one has seen before: an adult sailfish ­ believed to possess poor eyesight ­ feeding at night. With advanced degrees in marine biology, Rick draws on his scientific expertise to capture extraordinary wildlife behavior on camera. See full bio » Rosenthal, a marine biologist and four-time Emmy and BAFTA award-winning filmmaker, was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009. Both films are currently being broadcast worldwide, and have been screened at HSU. (6) IMDb 7.8 43min 2015 13+. Now millions of people can explore the wonders of the deep through his cinematography. Underwater camera work played a key part in his early research. Fortunately, these marine mammals are also incredibly intelligent and adept at learning new foraging techniques. It is a vast "vertical migration" that happens every night, in which billions of animals rise up from the depths. Then, drawn by the glow of Rick’s flashlight, a baby sailfish emerges from the darkness. After watching Superfish, you might be curious to learn more about how Rick Rosenthal came to be a marine biologist and one of the world’s leading underwater photographers. Rosenthal’s most recent film work is an integral part of two television specials: Superfish and Hot Tuna. Loved the focus on marine biologist Rick Rosenthal(the photographer/deep sea cameraman badass) and his efforts to capture the powerful swordfish. He holds advanced degrees from California State University at San Diego. Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal explores the intelligence of whales, measuring the latest science against his own observations and long-held beliefs – and just maybe, getting a glimpse of the world as it must seem to these ocean giants.In WHALE WISDOM, we see the astonishing behavior of a humpback whale which manages to outwit humans in order to get what she … / X Y Z j s j � � g j � � + , [ \ � � 9 See full bio » Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Rick Rosenthal is a four-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker and the recipient of numerous other internationally recognized awards for his cinematography of the natural world. We're taken on voyage to different seas where the sailfish can be found and to waters where it once thrived but is all but gone. Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal is the first to dive into and record the largest migration on Earth. As a research biologist, Rick specialized in studying shallow-water marine ecosystems. ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ - . Credit: Rick Rosenthal. Marine biologist Rick Rosenthal uncovers the life of the endangered Bluefin Tuna. Rick Rosenthal, a marine biologist and wildlife photographer, came from Santa Barbara as part of his two-part series on California just to capture the waves in the bay area. Rick Rosenthal: After spending years working as a marine biologist, I felt the need to reach a wider audience than just my peers in biology. Rick Rosenthal (‘67, Zoology) is a multiple Emmy and BAFTA award winning cinematographer who specializes in natural history. As a scientist, Rick has written and published more than 40 scientific papers and popular articles on marine biology, ecology and animal behavior. That led to his decision to pursue higher level studies in marine biology and oceanography. Instead of radiation, he opted for robotic-assisted surgery with the da Vinci Surgical System, known for its precision and accuracy. Rick Rosenthal. Award-winning cinematographer and marine biologist Rick Rosenthal knows. Rick Rosenthal (‘67, Zoology) is a multiple Emmy and BAFTA award winning cinematographer who specializes in natural history. Rick Rosenthal: After spending years working as a marine biologist, I felt the need to reach a wider audience than just my peers in biology. Rick Rosenthal was born on June 15, 1949 in New York City, New York, USA. His video presentation will take the audience on an hour-long exploration of the open sea and its inhabitants. It is a vast "vertical migration" that happens every night, in which billions of animals rise up from the depths. As a graduate student and marine biologist, Rosenthal published over 45 scientific research works. Segments: Meet Rick Rosenthal, marine biologist and cameraman (:35) Sword-wielding billfish are powerful predators (:40) Rays and billfish hunt near converging currents (1:11) As a graduate student and marine biologist, Rosenthal published over 45 scientific research works. Publishing scientific papers is one avenue, but reaching a worldwide audience through film and television is, in my opinion, vital to a much bigger understanding of the natural world. What a rich life he must have in such close contact with these wonders! We're taken on voyage to different seas where the sailfish can be found and to waters where it once thrived but is all but gone. Across three oceans and more than two years, marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal set out to capture on film the biggest, fastest, most dangerous gamefish in the sea -- the ancient and amazing creatures known as billfish. Rosenthal later received an M.S. Rick grew up in San Diego, California, and went to Vista High School, where he was captain of both the football and baseball teams. While completing his undergraduate degree at HSU, he also served as the first dive instructor. Spouse (1) Further, Wade believed that bull sharks would not have lived so far upriver, and there had been no sightings of dorsal fins breaking the water's surface. Marine biologist and award-winning filmmaker Rick Rosenthal set out to capture on film the biggest, fastest, most dangerous gamefish in the sea — the ancient creatures known as billfish. Marine biologist and cameraman Rick Rosenthal has been filming in the ocean for decades, but one spectacle has eluded him and other filmmakers, until now. � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �&. It is a vast "vertical migration" that happens every night, in which billions of animals rise up from the depths. Although bull sharks were initially considered, an underwater investigation by marine biologist Rick Rosenthal in the area where the buffalo disappeared yielded no sightings of bull sharks. For marine biologist and wildlife cameraman Rick Rosenthal, documenting the bluefin was the ultimate challenge. Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal captures a lone humpback engaging in extraordinary behavior: turning a salmon hatchery into a quick and filling meal, albeit one worth a staggering $13 million! His latest Emmy (2011) was for the National Geographic television series Great Migrations. At university, Rick pursued postgraduate studies in marine biology and oceanography. Growing up in southern California, Rick learned to free dive at an early age. He is a director and producer, known for Bad Boys (1983), Transparent (2014) and Halloween II (1981). A biopsy revealed Gleason 7 (medium grade). But it was difficult to get others to share his passion for marine life. Publishing scientific papers is one avenue, but reaching a worldwide audience through film and television is, in my opinion, vital to a much bigger understanding of the natural world. in marine biology from San Diego State University. u 0 � � R � @ � @ � � � d V D � � V The Story of Rick Rosenthal, Ocean Explorer Filmmaker Rick Rosenthal � Rick Rosenthal After watching Superfish, you might be curious to learn more about how Rick Rosenthal came to be a marine biologist and one of the world�s leading underwater photographers. Award-winning cinematographer and marine biologist Rick Rosenthal knows. A biopsy revealed Gleason 7 (medium grade). Marine biologist and cameraman Rick Rosenthal has been filming in the ocean for decades, but one spectacle has eluded him and other filmmakers, until now. Marine biologist and award-winning filmmaker Rick Rosenthal set out to capture on film the biggest, fastest, most dangerous gamefish in the sea — the ancient creatures known as billfish. A professional marine biologist, he started diving in San Diego in 1960, and for many years was involved with scientific research projects along the Pacific Coast of North and South America. Rick Rosenthal is known for his work on The Blue Planet (2001), One Life (2011) and Great Migrations (2010). After graduating from HSU, he was hired onto the scientific staffs at Westinghouse Ocean Research Laboratory in San Diego, and Scripps Institute of Oceanography. Another 3 wins. Episode 2 Rick Rosenthal, a marine biologist and wildlife photographer, came from Santa Barbara as part of his two-part series on California just to capture the waves in the bay area. This was a launching pad for many worldwide assignments that included being a principal cameraman for BBC’s landmark Blue Planet series, a nature documentary series described as the “first ever comprehensive series on the natural history of the world’s oceans.” Following this work he received commissions for three major films on the great whales, and key camera work for the BBC/Discovery blockbusters Planet Earth and Life. Fish and Wildlife Service. His latest film project entitled The Dark Side of the Ocean is scheduled for production this year, and will most certainly push the boundaries of open ocean exploration and discovery. For more information about this foundation�s mission and projects, see: HYPERLINK "http://www.marviva.net/" http://www.marviva.net/ If you could meet Rick Rosenthal, what are two questions you would ask him? 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Rick Rosenthal (‘67, Zoology) is a multiple Emmy and BAFTA award winning cinematographer who specializes in natural history. Across three oceans and more than two years, marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal set out to capture on film the biggest, fastest, most dangerous gamefish in the sea — the ancient and amazing creatures known as billfish. The Hobie Experience visits the north end of Vancouver Island with Rick Rosenthal in British Columbia. Rick Rosenthal is a four-time Emmy, and BAFTA award-winning filmmaker, recognized for his cinematography of ocean wildlife. Marine biologist and cameraman Rick Rosenthal has been filming in the ocean for decades, but one spectacle has eluded him and other filmmakers, until now. The Dark Side of the Ocean. His first professional opportunity came when he was hired by Sea World to assist with the care and training of whales. Rick Rosenthal is a multiple EMMY and BAFTA award-winning cinematographer. What a rich life he must have in such close contact with these wonders! Now he is on a quest to probe deeper into their lives, to learn more - comparing scientists’ observations against his own experience – and just maybe, getting a glimpse of the world as it must seem to these ocean giants. s His first professional opportunity came when he was hired by Sea World to assist with the care and training of whales. Here�s a quick snapshot on his background. He received college scholarships in both football and baseball, and went on to play both sports at the university level. Not scheduled � h�*� B*CJ aJ ph h�*� j h�*� Uhh7/ h�*� 5�>*2 , - / H Y Z [ i j i j � � u Loved the focus on marine biologist Rick Rosenthal(the photographer/deep sea cameraman badass) and his efforts to capture the powerful swordfish. Rick has filmed over 30 programs, including three award-winning programs on the great whales, Riddle of the Right Whale, Humpback Whales and Sperm Whales Back From the Abyss. Maybe it will inspire you to follow in his footsteps. As a scientist, he has written more than 40 research papers and popular articles on marine biology, ecology and animal behavior. Instead of radiation, he opted for robotic-assisted surgery with the da Vinci Surgical System, known for its precision and accuracy. Although bull sharks were initially considered, an underwater investigation by marine biologist Rick Rosenthal in the area where the buffalo disappeared yielded no sightings of bull sharks. Join him as he sets off to uncover its secrets, while documenting its place in the grand scheme of the vast marine ecosystem. After several years as a marine biologist in California at Westinghouse Ocean Research Laboratory and Scripps Institute of Oceanography, he went to Alaska, where he helped pioneer early underwater research there. v NATURE follows Rosenthal's search for elusive species of billfish in ³Superfish," premiering Sunday, May 4 at 8 pm ET on PBS (check local listings). Rosenthal (‘67), a celebrated underwater cinematographer, has always had a connection to “the big blue.” He was even Humboldt State’s first diving officer, in charge of early diving operations on campus. � h�*� CJ h� Marine biologist and filmmaker Rick Rosenthal explores the intelligence of whales, measuring the latest science against his own observations and long-held beliefs – and just maybe, getting a glimpse of the world as it must seem to these ocean giants.In WHALE WISDOM, we see the astonishing behavior of a humpback whale which manages to outwit humans in order to get what she … He has published works on the kelp beds and rocky sub-tidal habitats of the Pacific coast from Alaska to Chile.