SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest


otterSEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest — a TV series that takes you for a journey to meet our neighbors  under the surface of Pacific Northwest waters.

You'll see surprising colors, contrasts, cold water creatures seldom seen on TV that look like they came from outerspace.  These submarine neighbors are part of the same ecosystem we are -- we all share the same fate.

Still Hope Productions logounderwater photographer and rockfishProduced by Still Hope Productions, Inc. since 2006, each half hour episode  includes several short videos contributed by a variety of individuals and organizations and spanning a large gamut of genres from science to poetry, nature to underwater sculpture.

SEA-Inside episodes can be viewed online at or as a podcast (search iTunes for "sea-inside"). A detailed description of each episode can be found at the SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest web site (click on Episodes).

SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest is a nonprofit project in association with the Northwest Film Forum.  It reaches about 6 million homes on 70 community cable stations around the country, including most of the Puget Sound region, the Portland/Vancouver area, and  scattered small towns like Washington DC, San Francisco, and Fargo North Dakota.

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