Aquavision taps Eder

The South African natural history specialist brings on the veteran multi-hyphenate to oversee the company's development and production operations.
April 20, 2011

South African natural history prodco Aquavision has brought on producer/director/writer Steve Eder to oversee its development and production operations.

Eder, one of the first producers on the National Geographic Explorer series, has also produced, directed and/or wrote several other award-winning natural history projects, such as Infinite Voyage, Lost Civilizations, Riddle of the Desert Mummies and ABC’s World of Discovery. Recently, he’s also written and directed theĀ editing on several doc series and specials including Everest: Beyond the Limit, Discovery Project Earth and Discovering Ardi.

Eder will work with Aquavision CEO Peter Lamberti and creative director Billi-Jean Parker to expand its slate of HD and 3D content.

The Johannesburg-based prodco was acquired last year by NHNZ.

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