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Jaimen Hudson is embarking on the greatest challenge of his life, as he begins his quest to dive again and film underwater, twelve years after an accident left him with quadriplegia.
Struggling against the constraints of his disability and the concerns of those around him, Jaimen sets out to prove to himself and the world that nothing will keep him from achieving his dreams. This is his story.
We hear about his life before the accident, but we essentially follow his journey as he marries, has a child and keeps working in his family’s tourism business. He devises many ways of filming the place where he lives and the whales and dolphins that frequent the waters around his home town of Esperance in Western Australia.
The film is quite candid about the difficulties Jaimen faces to achieve his goals. Family and friends accept that he has an important ongoing contribution to make, bringing whales and dolphins into the public consciousness. He is able to do many things that people without any disabilities would not succeed at. His optimism and passion for life are shown throughout the documentary.
The drone photography gives a whole new dimension to what can be recorded by these unmanned camera devices in the hands of a skilled and patient observer like Jaimen.
ATOM has also produced a study guide for From Sky To Sea. This study guide is available for download here.
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