Christina Karliczek Skoglund is an international award-winning director of photography and underwater filming specialist, who has been shooting underwater for over 15 years. Her passion for underwater environments led her into wildlife filming where her focus is on bluechip sequence work. Christina is an experienced rebreather diver and has filmed around the world both on land and underwater for landmark wildlife and expeditions series for BBC, Disney+, National Geographic, NDR/Doclights and Terra Mater. “Sharks Of The Icy North” was her debut as producer-director for Doclights/NDR/ARTE/ORF/CuriosityStream.
Christina speaks : English, Swedish, Dutch, German, French
Wide variety of topside & underwater equipment including:
Gates, Nauticam and Hydroflex housings Megadome split shots, probe lenses.
RED, ARRI, Phantom Flex, Sony A7S3, ZCAM
Underwater sliders, DPV’s, ROV’s
Tank macro set work
Long lens: Canon CN20
Drone pilot : DJI Inspire2, Mavic 2/3
HSE Part 4 /IDSA Level 1, Ice Diver
Cave diver: IANTD Cavern, NACD Cave Diver (Level2)
Rebreather CCR: IANTD JJ CCR, IANTD and TDI Evolution Rebreather
Freediver: cold water filming experienced / pelagic animals.