Bryce is an ocean entrepreneur and connector, with over two decades of experience leading initiatives for ocean health, fisheries, and coastal cultures through private enterprise, film, and multimedia storytelling.
In 2004, he started Living Ocean Productions, with the goal of using powerful imagery and storytelling to bridge the communication gap between ocean science and the general public. Since then, Bryce has created meaningful programming in over 40 countries and been nominated for an Emmy (Outstanding Cinematography: Documentary and Long Form) for the Netflix Original Film, Mission Blue.
Bryce's film work includes National Geographic's Before the Flood, Sea of Hope, and Alien Deep plus other independent projects including Whale Like Me, Finding 52, Sex in the Sea, The Last Opelu Man, VICE on HBO, and multiple Shark Week episodes. His client list includes Tesla, Red Bull, Samsung, ESPN, HBO, Discovery, PBS, National Geographic, Four Seasons, Pew Charitable Trusts, The Nature Conservancy, as well as various aquariums and museums worldwide.
In 2011, Bryce co-founded Ocean Preservation Alliance - a hybrid business connecting the yachting and scientific communities through world-class exploration. OPA's success was making science and discovery relevant in yachting and this opened up new opportunities for collaboration, funding, and solutions.
He has organized/led/joined high-level scientific and exploration expeditions to Midway Atoll, Palmyra Atoll, Niihau, Palau (x2), Tahiti, Fiji, Rarotonga, Australia (x2), New Zealand, Japan (x3), China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, France, Canary Islands, Galapagos Islands (x2), Cocos Island, Islas de Revillagigedos (x3), Mexico (x5), Haiti, Grenada, St Johns, St Croix, Dominica, Saba, St. Lucia, Bermuda, Bahamas, Channel Islands, and the Florida Keys.
Bryce is a proud husband and father of three, a Mission Blue Hope Spot Champion for Palmyra Atoll, and also sits on the International Board of Directors for WildAid. His fine art photography, on recycled slabs of aluminum, is represented at New River Fine Art on Las Olas Blvd in Ft Lauderdale, Florida.
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