UnderCurrent Productions is a Cape Cod-based creative media company serving scientific, non-profit, and editorial clients.
With decades of combined experience in video production, photography and journalism, we have the diversity of skills to match your needs. Our recent clients include the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, and the Marine Biological Laboratory. Our work has appeared on Democracy Now, AJ+ and MSNBC, and in Nature, Edible Cape Cod, and University of Chicago Magazine. We’ve won awards at film festivals around the country.
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