»The world is worth reporting about.«

Report as a speaker, expert and presenter

What does Nutella consumption actually have to do with an orangutan orphanage in Borneo, and why are spoons more dangerous than sharks? Robert Marc Lehmann, marine biologist, scientific diver and adventurer answers these and other questions. Entertaining and informative, he talks about his life as an environmentalist and researcher. With his relaxed and sympathetic way, he manages to captivate every audience and sensitize them to important topics. The images and videos that Robert brings from his worldwide expeditions, the charismatic speaker shows in visually stunning live talks and takes us on an adventurous journey, both topside and underwater. His expertise and his authentic way of addressing environmental issues and conveying content without a moralizing undertone makes Robert a welcome guest in science programs, children’s programs and other TV formats. More than 10,000 students of all grades, the marine biologist inspires so every year in his school lectures on current environmental issues. Educational institutions and large companies also appreciate Robert’s drive to make the world a better place and have been booking him as a lecturer and motivational speaker for many years. You can ignite in others only the fire that burns in yourself …

Multivision shows / Live talks

School lectures & school projects

Corporate lectures

Workshops (various topics)

Interview partner for media (tv, cinema, radio & print)

Expert for science magazines & broadcast

Presenter & host (topside & underwater)

Photo & multimedia exhibitions


„A conversation with him replaces the reading of an adventure novel.“ (Red Bull Magazin)

„Not just an extreme adventurer, also a very professional speaker.“ (S. Ziervogel, principal)

„A cool guy with hard messages.“ (Eckernförder newspaper)

Projects and Expeditions

Robert Marc Lehmann’s projects have led the marine biologists, scientific diver and (underwater) cameraman to more than 100 countries. Always with him: his camera. Scientific dive jobs, conservation projects, animal rescue operations and research expeditions around the world are leading to spectacular images. This map is showing some stops of his adventurous trips.



6 North America
23 South America
41 Europe
21 Asia
3 Australia
9 Africa
15 Antarctica
9 Zealandia