Local Filmmaker Wins Emmy

Local filmmaker and underwater cameraman, Craig Musburger, has received an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Camera Work category for his work on the NBC Sports production of the Ford Ironman World Championship. The award ceremony took place at Lincoln Center in New York City on April 30.

“This is a great honor for me to bring this award back to Hawaii,” said Musburger, who has been the sole underwater cameraman for the NBC Sports national broadcast of the Kona race for the past four years.

Musburger, 37, is no stranger to the underwater world. A scuba diver since age 11, he has logged more than 5,000 hours of dive time throughout the world. His production company, HD Under H2O, has sustained him through graduate school at UH where he recently defended his PhD in marine zoology.

The complete list of winners is here.

For more information about Musburger and HD Under H2O, visit www.HDunderH2O.com.

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