Souls of the Vermilion Sea


World Oceans Day, A Celebration Of Our Oceans

Happy World Ocean’s Day! In observance of this important day, we here at Wild Lens will hold a Facebook Live Q&A led by our Souls of the Vermilion Sea filmmakers Sean… Read more »


Souls of the Vermilion Sea at the International Wildlife Film Festival!

We are fortunate to have yet another Wild Lens film selected as a finalist at the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana.  What is really exciting is that we… Read more »


Mexico is Recognized For Their Efforts in Vaquita Conservation!

The 21st Biennial Society for Marine Mammal Conference is underway in San Francisco, California.  This conference is as prestigious and significant as the United Nations Climate Change Conference, the only… Read more »


Our final shoot of 2015 for Souls of the Vermilion Sea – It’s a Wrap!

Although we still have lots of filming ahead of us for this project, this marks the final filming expedition of this year.  This story has so many complex facets that… Read more »


Souls of the Vermilion Sea Filming Continues!

Once again we have returned to the Upper Gulf of California for our third expedition to capture the beauty of the area and the complexity of the vaquita’s story.  Our crew… Read more »


Souls of the Vermilion Sea Producer’s Meeting

This past week the producer’s of our newest documentary project, Souls of the Vermilion Sea converged on California’s Bay Area for an intensive, three day producer’s meeting. Production began on this… Read more »


Final Days with the Vaquita

We had two days left to spot a vaquita and capture some footage of this elusive marine mammal. Luckily for us, the weather conditions were cooperating. As explained in the… Read more »


A Vaquita Sighting!

I was on the top deck of the Ocean Star – the vaquita survey vessel that is slowly cutting transects throughout the entire range of this most elusive of porpoises…. Read more »


Searching for the Vaquita

****The following is another guest post from volunteer Joe Shull who has been assisting on all levels of production with our current shoot for Souls of the Vermilion Sea in San… Read more »


First Impressions of the Vermilion Sea from Joe Shull

****The following is a guest post from Joe Shull, volunteer coordinator at the Aquarium of Boise and biology student at Boise State University.  Joe has joined our team in San Felipe,… Read more »