Every winter the eastern Atlantic is the setting of oceanic furies, where the wind whips up the waves that tear the sea apart. From the Shetland Islands north of Scotland, to the Azores in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, and to Brittany, where the land ends, these are the places where the storms are born, offering a spectacle for sailors and land dwellers alike.
We’ve gone in search of storms to capture the pure beauty of the sea and the luminous sky. On this voyage into the heart of the elements we met men that took on the fury of the oceans, eye witnesses of a display of raging force that is usually played out unseen.
From the meteorological station in Siberia to the fishermen of the gulf- stream. Four people. Four seasons, Four stories told in parallel over 24 hours that reveal the sometimes invisible ties between man and the Sea...More info
Fishing in deep waters is considered one of the most dangerous professions in the world. The best crews of the West Coast head for Alaska. There, they battle pelting rain, rogue waves and icy decks to haul up hundreds of pounds of herring eggs.More info
Fishing in deep waters is considered one of the most dangerous professions in the world. In the Straits of Magellan, Chilean fisherman dive into freezing, glacial waters to fish urchins from the bottom of the sea, Meanwhile, in the Pacific, the crews fishing for live lobster have to contend with a tempestMore info