Island hopping in the South West Pacific Ocean. Out of the chain of 83 islands, we visited 5 and portrayed a tribe on each island.
One of the shoots we did right at the edge of an active volcano crater. Amidst constant eruptions, poisonous gasses and magma being hurdled into the air we got the shots we wanted and hastily packed up and left.
"When we looked by on the way down, we saw a massive piece of melted rock crashing into the very spot we had been standing just minutes before"
To get to all these islands, we rented a small plane with a twenty-four year old Kiwi pilot. There was no GPS, no radar, no air traffic control.
We just pointed out on a map where we wanted to go and he took us there – with an inflatable boat on our laps, in case the plane went down.