National Geographic show: Kingdom of The Oceans

I recently helped write the music for a new show for National Geographic called “Kingdom Of The Oceans“. It’s a 4 part series exploring the amazing creatures that inhabit the deep waters around the world.

Diving into the planet’s waters, Kingdom Of The Oceans features astonishing footage that showcases the majesty of the underwater world.

Shot at over 50 locations around the world and with eighty different species, this breath-taking four-part special offers a deeper insight into the aquatic side of nature, from the coastal shores to the open sea.

With almost three quarters of the Earth’s surface covered by water, the oceans host a variety of remarkable wildlife – from the large to the tiny, and from the hunters to the hunted.

Splash to the depths of the seas to experience the thrill of the chase as predators stalk their prey and get up-close with a variety of marine animals, from the gigantic blue whale to shoals of tuna, as you come one step closer to understanding the great watery unknown.

The show has 4 episodes:202152856_640

  • Fire & Ice
  • Giants of the Deep
  • Predators Paradise
  • Sand Wars

Here’s a sample of the music on the show:

Episode Guide

Kingdom Of The Oceans: Giants Of The Deep

  • Take a front-row seat for the voyages of blue whales and hordes of tuna through the vast, blue, liquid expanse of the oceans.

Kingdom Of The Oceans: Sand Wars

  • The sandy plains of the seabed can appear to be empty, but hide multitudes of moving creatures.

Kingdom Of The Oceans: Predator’s Paradise

  • Coral polyps are tiny animals that construct underwater mountains, sheltering an extraordinarily diverse group of species.

Kingdom Of The Oceans: Fire & Ice

  • Whales, penguins, iguanas and dolphins have all inherited a burdensome air-breathing legacy from their land-dwelling ancestors.

The show is airing on Nat Geo Wild worldwide. Check your local listings.

For more information about the show please visit the shows’ official website:

© David Bawiec. All photography by Elena Ostroumova unless specified otherwise.