Producer/Director Justin Bookey       filmography
Gaffer/Key Grip Rob McKenzie


Jack Bookey (the geoducker)
Panopea Abrupta (the geoduck)
David George Gordon, Nature Writer
Are Strom, U.W. Fishery Sciences Dept.
Alex Bradbury, Pt. Whitney Shellfish Lab
Nicolette Bromberg, U.W. Special Collections
Bob Sizemore, WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
Doug Williams, WA Dept. of Natural Resources
Ed Jones, Taylor Shellfish Hatcher
Hal Beattie
Lynn Goodwin
Mark Helde, Uwajimaya
Harvey Nakaya, Uwajimaya
Karen Ragan, Hama Hama Seafood
Alice Chan, Sea Garden Restaurant
Wing Fai Leung, Sea Garden Restaurant
Ron Konzak
Scott Chitwood, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Tom O'Rourke, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Kelly Curtis, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Kathleen Duncan, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Robin Wright, U.W. Burke Museum
Mike Anchors, Evergreen State College
Al Wiedemann, Evergreen State College
Charles Pailthorp, Evergreen State College
Thomas L. "Les" Purce, Evergreen State College
Cecilia Reed
Boog Bookey
Frankie Bookey
Jack L. Bookey
Big Ernie Ahrens
James Gerstenberger
Additional video footage provided by Doug Williams, WA Dept. of Natural Resources
Don Rothaus, WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
Jim Gibbons, Seattle Shellfish Co.
Randy Stilson, Evergreen State College Archives
Still images provided by MSCUA, University of Washington Libraries
Are Strom, University of Washington
Ed Jones, Taylor Shellfish Hatchery
Original songs by The Bottomfeeders ("My Gal Left Me for a Geoduck Clam"; "Clamdigger")
foggynotions ("The Gooey Duck Song" - English and Japanese versions)
Original score by George Adelson, Justin Bookey, Adam Willis
Additional music by Chet Atkins
Kodo with DJ Krush
Music licensing David Powell, The Music Bridge
3 FEET UNDER was shot entirely in, around, and under Puget Sound, Washington.
  Geoducks comprise the largest single biomass in Puget Sound. So if you individually stacked up all the salmon, orca, squid, whales, jellyfish, or whatever, geoducks would make the biggest pile.