Sergi Escandell is an underwater cinematographer and producer for documentaries and feature films. His images have been broadcast on televisions around the world, including Arte France, Arte Germany, TVE, TV3, IB3, etc. Sergi has specialized in fast-action scenes. With a particular filming style based on long sequences with fluid tracking. He is a technical diving instructor, trimix diver, technical cave diver and an accomplished freediver.
Neus Segura Alemany
Neus Segura is a marine biologist with a Master's degree in marine ecology, and after her experiences in recovery centers and projects on sea turtle laying beaches, she has been a crew member in the Toftevaag since 2019 working on our Oceanographic Turtles and MEDTOP Ghost FADs projects.
Arif is passionate about the sea and marine wildlife, and has been an essential part of the crew for a few years. Always with a smile, he works as a carpenter, sailor, cook or whatever is necessary on board, but most importantly he is always open to learn new things about nature and the sea.
Passionate of nature, travelling and the study of humans.
Alexandre felt in love at first glance of Toftevaag for its peace and slow pace. Mixing his artistic taste, handcrafting and enthusiasm to keep in shape the Toftevaag, while keeping the crew laughing. Out of the boat he works as an art dealer, mediator, carpenter and dancer.
Fernando López Mirones
Our official Chronicler. Biologist Zoologist, documentary filmmaker, university professor and science communicator, he has written and / or directed more than 120 documentary films around the world for National Geographic and the BBC, among other multi-award winners, one of them nominated for the Goya Awards. In 1999 he met Ricardo filming “ALNITAK, A Ship for Neptune” since then, his soul and camera stayed in the Toftevaag. Unclassifiable, he is between Director of Communication and Chronicler on board, but above all he defines himself as “part of the hull”.