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JUNE 01

2009

TV GUIDE month #8 of 12

GUIDE CREATED/EDITED BY ROB LYSAK

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PHOTOPROS THE CATALINA UNDERWATER SHOOTOUT... pg. 19

SHARKS PREDATORS WITH A PURPOSE

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DIVE HEART BLIND AND DISABLED VETERANS FROM IRAQ & VIETNAM BATTLE HIGH SEAS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS TOGETHER… pg 3-8

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Oceanic Research Group, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) environmental organization dedicated to ocean conservation. Our principal mission is the production of educational films and products designed to increase awareness of marine environments and species. We were formed in 1991 and incorporated in 1993.

Films for the Classroom Our educational films for use in the classroom have won over a dozen awards including the CINE Golden Eagle, Kids First and CINDY awards. We produce several series of films based on classroom curricula as well as specific topics in ocean studies. Our newest series is Jonathan Bird's Blue World, a host-driven marine exploration program hosted by Jonathan Bird. Our Streaming Video Project is now making many of our films available here on this website for free. On-line Resources Our Wonders of the Sea section is the most popular part of our website. Here students find lessons in the biology of different kinds of animals. This section of our website has been repeatedly praised by educators, has earned the National Science Teachers Association "SciLinks" award and has received over 1 million hits. Marine Scholarship Program Our marine scholarship program awards tuition money to students pursuing undergrad and graduate degrees in ocean-related studies. The money is raised at an annual fundraiser benefit and the scholarship is usually awarded at the same event. Television Programming Although our principal goal is to provide educational programming and materials for use in schools, we occasionally produce educational films that bridge the gap into television and have aired all over the world. PLEASE DONATE! • Make a donation to ORG to support our non-profit mission!

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BLIND AND DISABLED VETERANS FROM IRAQ & VIETNAM BATTLE HIGH SEAS IN THE FLORIDA KEYS TOGETHER…. The Dive platform at the back of the forty foot Conch Republic dive vessel rose and fell at least three to six feet as the highly trained DMW ( Diveheart Military Wounded ) team of dive professionals transferred an Iraqi war military veteran diver with a traumatic brain injury back onto the boat after his fifty minute dive to forty feet in the Florida Keys. The blind Vietnam veteran was next. With the precision and timing of a Swiss watch ( just add water and salty swells that reached six feet ) the DMW team simply positioned their wounded warrior at the dive ladder at just the right time so he could egress the angry ocean safely. By the end of the last dive day on Sunday May 17th, the DMW team had successfully completed their mission of certifying, as scuba divers, veterans with traumatic brain injuries, blindness, quadriplegia and PTSD ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ). These injured veterans from wars so far apart and so different had one thing in common….they could now penetrate the surface of the ocean together with confidence, exploring the vast wonder of the water column that we call the world’s oceans. This last frontier on Earth is a place where gravity does not reign. It is a sanctuary of weightless freedom for those with disabilities who struggle through simple daily tasks while on terra firma. Diveheart Military Wounded serves all of our nations wounded warriors and veterans with disabilities.

DMW does not discriminate based on age, sex, active or retired military or disability. You can join the ranks of these professional & highly trained scuba diving instructors, divemasters & committed dive volunteers…..and make the difference in the life of a serviceman or woman who has given so much to preserve our freedom by simply contacting Diveheart Military Wounded at HYPERLINK "http://www.Diveheart.org" www.Diveheart.org or call 630-964-1983. If you are a veteran that suffers from a disability or an active or retired military service member and would like to learn more please contact DMW today.

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Water means freedom. And freedom means everything to veterans and the disabled. So when Tammy Duckworth took a dive Thursday, it was both a personal triumph and a public statement. Turns out the director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, former congressional candidate and disabled Iraq war veteran used to be a certified scuba diver. With 30 pounds of equipment strapped to her back, she took her first plunge in 10 years at Orland Park’s Scuba Emporium with the Diveheart Foundation Thursday morning. “I’ve been wanting to get back into scuba diving for a long time,” she said, as she dried off after her hour-long session in the pool. “It seems once you are injured there are so many little things that are so much harder to do.” Duckworth lost both legs four years ago in Iraq while serving with the National Guard. With all its gear, scuba diving was one of those “little things” she could not initially attempt alone any more. But diving with the disabled is Diveheart’s reason for being. Diveheart volunteers helped Duckworth and four teenagers from Shriners Hospital for Children in Chicago in getting their gear on, and taking this first important dive since being injured. Teaching the disabled to scuba dive gives them confidence, independence and freedom, said Jim Elliott, president. “We get them into something that makes them feel good about themselves. It’s not ‘Johnny the kid in a wheelchair.’ It’s ‘Johnny the scuba diver.’ Scuba is just a tool,” Elliott said. “It’s an incredible high, and it’s very safe.” “Water is freedom, freedom from my wheelchair, freedom from gravity and prosthetic devices,” Duckworth said, who swims regularly with special “swimming legs.” “This has been tremendous. It’s good therapy on top of being fun.” Diveheart recently began a program for the military wounded and found an obvious connection with Duckworth. Through her state office, grants are available for organizations such as Diveheart that directly benefit veterans, she said. The

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grant program is financed by the Veterans Cash lottery ticket, which has raised $6 million since 2006. “I wanted to take a look at (Diveheart) personally, plus I wanted to dive,” she said. “Having master divers here really makes a difference. They know exactly what you need and they helped me figure it out in a safe environment,” said Duckworth, who already is making plans to take another dive.

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RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Jim Hay knows a thing or two about adventure and he certainly isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. So he was more than ready to pull on a wet suit, strap on a tank, gear and goggles and head into the deep end of the pool during a scuba diving excursion at the Rio Rancho Aquatic Center. “You are really flying underwater. It’s an amazing feeling,” said Hay, a Vietnam veteran from Albuquerque. “It wasn’t really scary, it was more exciting. It is just relaxing, fun and it’s totally awesome.” Hay is like any other diver experiencing the weightlessness and tranquility of the sport. But for him, the underwater freedom is much more precious. For more than 20 years, Hay has been a paraplegic, dependent on his wheelchair for more mobility. Underwater, he is able to move his legs and direct his movements with a little help from trained diving instructors. “I’m free,” he said, clearly enjoying the experience. Hay, a member of Paralyzed Veterans of America’s New Mexico chapter, was one of several paraplegic veterans who got a taste of scuba diving during a training held recently by the Cody Unser First Step Foundation. The Albuquerque-based foundation is the creation of Cody Unser, daughter of two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Al Unser Jr. and granddaughter of four-time Indy winner Al Unser Sr. At the age of 12, Cody was paralyzed from the chest down due to a rare immune system attack on her spinal cord, known as transverse myelitis. She got the idea for Operation Deep Down, the foundation’s military dive program, after earning her diving certification. “Once I did it ... it became clear to me that I wanted to give this gift (of scuba diving) to anybody who’s paralyzed,” said Unser, now 21 and a senior at the University of Redlands in California. Scuba diving is catching the attention of medical experts for the physical benefits it can have for people with disabilities. Some say diving could even lead to breakthroughs in the way doctors treat people with brain and spinal cord injuries. At the pool, wheelchairs sit empty as instructors use a mix of humor, seriousness and patience to help the divers learn scuba basics and prepare for the day’s ultimate goal — touching the bottom of the 12-foot pool.

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**APN ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY OCT. 26** Terry Conger, center, a disabled Army veteran, talks happily to his wife before preparing to scuba dive with the help of David Crockett, right, and Thomas Shiparski. The Diveheart Foundation and Cody Unser First Step Foundation together offered disabled veterans the opportunity to scuba dive at the Rio Rancho Aquatics Center in Rio Rancho, N.M. on Thursday Aug. 28, 2008. (AP Photo/Craig Fritz)

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The Florida Keys is the backdrop for the most recent DMW (Diveheart Military Wounded) trip with veterans with disabilities. DMW volunteers from around the country braved five foot swells to bring veterans with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Visual Impairment, & Quadriplegia to the beautiful reefs beneath the waves.

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To learn more about DIVEHEART, please visit there site at; http://diveheart.com/

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http://www.thedi vevillage.com

The Dive Village is a new community for divers and underwater enthusiasts like you to meet, show off your photos and videos, talk live on IM messenger, chat rooms and forums. You are also able to sell dive gear, post jobs, rate pictures, and add blogs as well as a ton of more cool new interactive features. The Dive Village is a product of Dive Zero Productions Inc. You may know Dive Zero as the world's first high definition scuba diving video magazine and virtual page flip magazine, now Dive Zero has introduced The Dive Village, to help bring the scuba world together and make it easier to hook up with dive buddies and find exactly what you are looking for. Don't be shy, come join the action! Dive Zero TV Guide #7` • www.divezero.tv • www.divezero.com • 250 859 0570


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FE AT U RE D V IDE O

O.R.G. Educational Films SHARKS: Predators With A Purpose Shark populations are dropping all over the world due to shark fishing and finning practices. Few people realize the incredible importance of sharks in the marine ecosystem. This new ORG educational film is designed to show to the importance of sharks and their plight in today's ocean. "Large sharks have been functionally eliminated from the east coast of the US, meaning that they can no longer perform their ecosystem role as top predators" Julia Baum a fisheries biologist at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada This film won the documentary award at the 2008 Very Short Movies Festival and an Honorable Mention for Educational Value from the prestigious 31st Annual International Wildlife Film Festival.

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T HE D I VE V IL L AGE ’S PHOTO CONTEST

JUNE Dive Zero’s The Dive Village Photo Contest

PHOTO CONTEST Dive Zero’s “The Dive Villages Photo Contest” on Facebook has become one of the hottest contests on Facebook. The group has some serious photographers showing off there stuff while amateurs add there photos looking for praise. The group is not all about wining contests, its about sharing our love for the Oceans and the passion of underwater photography. Recently I have had the opportunity to add Cathy Church to our group to discuss underwater photography and give tips to some photos. Each month 90 to 120 photos are added to the group and are judged by the groups 829 members. Last month we started to giveaway prizes for top place with a Dive excursion to the BVI, this months prize will be a Aunoc LED dive light, a must have in any divers bag, check 'em out at http://www.aunoc.com/1cr.html. Lastly, I am thinking of adding a feature here in the guide from underwater photographers called “The moment” , stories about getting the shot, preparations topside, incidents, I think you have the idea, email me if your interested at roblysak@divezero.com Thanks and see ya on Facebook!

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T HE D I VE V IL L AGE ’S PHOTO CONTEST W I NN E R

O F T H E D I V E VI LLAGE’S PHOTO CONTEST AN D FR ON T C O V E R P H O T O F OR FOR MAY AND WINNER OF THE A UNO C L ED DIVE LIG HT IS...

ROLY R A S E D A

Congratulations to Roly Raseda for the above entry and winning the Dive Village’s 2nd major prize of a Aunoc CR1 LED Dive light from our good friends at Aunoc. We would all to to see a few photos of the light in action as well!

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T HE D I VE V IL L AGE ’S PHOTO CONTEST

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T HE D I VE V IL L AGE ’S PHOTO CONTEST

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VIDEO PRO TIP Taking Care of Your Video Equipment So That It Takes Care of You By Steve Douglas - H2O

After You Have Returned Home from a great underwater vacation... what next?

You had a great trip, all your video gear worked just perfectly on each dive. You’ve patted yourself on the back for doing a great job taking care of your camcorder and housing before and during the trip and you came home with some fantastic video clips waiting for the editing bay. WAIT! There is still a little more to be done. Now is the time to run the sink or tub and, making sure your housing is properly closed, soak it, the monitor, battery pods and lights in a nice warm bath. Let those salt crystals just melt and wash away will be just the thing your Light and Motion housing will appreciate after having served you so well. It need not be all night; an hour should do just fine. Then once your housing has been well rinsed and dried, carefully remove the o-rings. (I use half an old credit card, never a dental pick) and clean and re-grease them before storing the housing away. Recharge your light batteries and place them out of the way of too much heat or cold. Preparing your equipment is as important as preparing yourself. What may seem like a lot of ‘to do’s really is not that much once you get into the good habit of proper maintenance. These good habits will become your mantra as you mentally review and check your housing and camcorder. Because you have taken proper care and precautions before, during and after each dive trip, you can be assured that your video equipment will continue to serve you well for many dive trips to come. Happy Filming! Steve - H2O Photo Pros

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Silhouettes, everyone loves them, but how do we shoot them?

1. A silhouette means that the background is lighter than the detail on the main subject. Thus, underwater silhouettes are usually taken upwards. A level shot that is simply a natural light shot is not actually a silhouette. 2. To get that nice crisp dark image against a light background, you need to be close to the subject with a wide angle lens. The further away you are, the more the water will scatter the light into the image area and make your subject less black and more blue. 3. You need strong composition and contrast to make up for lack of color. That means that the subject needs to be obvious in its outline--such as a manta or a diver. If the sun is in the photo, the sun should be close to the main area of interest in your subject--such as the at the head or the center. Remember from tip 1, your eye goes to the brightest area first. 4. A good silhouette is one where using strobe would make it a worse photo. If a strobe would have made it better, then it is not a good silhouette, it is just a compromise. Cathy Church

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DIVE ZE R O N E WS AND I NF OR M ATI ON Want to become Australia's next Scuba Guru? We are looking for the next scuba guru for the Australia, and Oceania scuba diving forum on the Dive Village Scuba diving's social network. http://www.thedivevillage.com/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=53&st=0&sk=t&sd=d&start=0 To apply, you must be from Australia, New Zealand, or the Pacific Islands. Simply click the link above and post a bio on yourself and why you want to become the scuba guru for the Australia Scuba forum on the Dive Village. You will be in charge of this forum and responsible to reply to users as much as you can. You can also email your submissions to submissions@divezero.com We are looking to expand the Dive Zero/Dive Village Team, this is a good way in and also a good way to promote scuba diving in Australia.

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Do you have footage and want it seen on Dive Zero TV? For the past few months, I have been on the hunt for videos, not just any videos, but quality commercials. ads, or short movies about our Sharks. We all know there is a problem, I read about everyones displeasure all the time on Facebook, there must be a million zillion backers out there. Finning, long-lineing, poaching, over hunting and the list goes on.But I find this a bit confusing, why you ask? I must have emailed 1500 groups to support me in creating a dedicated channel to aid in the survival of sharks, a channel where videographers can have there statement put out for the world to see and hear. How many replied... NONE! Everyone had a video or two, or new someone who did but yet when it came to doing just a bit or work to uploading a video, the person(s) were never heard from again! Are we posers, just wishing that things will get better, close our eyes and magically, the shark population will be where it should be! Help us, help you make a difference, send us your shark ads, commercials and short movies today! email me at roblysak@divezero.tv to get the info on uploading

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NEW C H A N N E L ON DI VE ZE R O Jonathan Bird's Blue World is standard definition.The program an educational family-oriented first appeared on pubunderwater adventure series be- lic Televiing co-produced by Jonathan Bird Productions and Oceanic Research Group. It is hosted by dynamic naturalist and underwater photographer Jonathan Bird. The format is magazine style, with short 7-10 minute segments sion each containing a complete ad- i n venture story with an educational t h e component. For television, these U S A segments are packaged with 3 starting segments in a half-hour episode. M a y , For internet delivery, each seg- 2008. We ment is self-contained. Segments a r e c u rr e n t l y encompass a variety of subjects, working on 21 more segments, (7 including stories about animals, half-hour programs) in High Destories about marine research fintion for the second season reand researchers, underwater ex- lease in the fall of 2009. ploration and recent discoveries. The stories will always have an Study guides for educators underwater theme and will fea- are available for all first season ture stunning underwater pho- segments. You can follow the tography. The programs are production by reading our News geared towards a younger audi- page or our Production BLOG. ence, but please do not consider The second season is scheduled it a "kids" show. Anyone from 6 to begin airing on U.S. public to 60 will enjoy this series! television in fall of 2009, pendWe filmed the first 15 seg- ing underwriting. ments (5 Television Programs) in

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CAT ALI N A U N DE R W ATE R SHOOTOUT

Information: Compete in the Catalina Underwater Shootout November 13th - 15th, 2009. Put your image taking skills up against the rest in this underwater shootout. Categories for everyone in both Digital Still and Video! Send all inquiries to info@catalinashootout.com or call Mike Luzansky at (949)-642-2900 or Andy Sallmon at (949)-215-0255 Prizes include trips to exotic Dive locations, Dive gear and Photo gear!

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T V G UI DE New content will be highlighted in red. ** FYI - Random commercials are frequently inserted before videos.** **DZVM INDICATES A DIVE ZERO PRODUCTION**

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DZVM Issue one

DZVM Issue one

The BVI Channel

The Shark

Grand Caymen

Roatan

333 Productions

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**Issue 2

**The Playground

Sharks:

Save our Sharks

Intro Video

Intro Video

dive

Predators with a

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**Day in the life

**Spot Check

**The Playground

Death of a Diety

Underwater

Wreck of Mr Bud

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**Day in the life

**Wreck week in

Requiem

Pavillion Lake

Instructor

the BVI

Living Oceans Productions

**Trick Tips

**Shop Check

**Jost Van Dyke

David White

Become a better

Subway

Scuba Center

Tigers at wreck

diver

Watersports

**Mixed Tape

**Tune Up

**The Pirates

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Wreck Specialty

Dolphins

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Diving the British

New Gear and

Marys Place

Virgin Islands.

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**BVI Music fest

Grand Caymen

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Liveaboards

**Day In The Life

The Expedition

The Disabled

“Dive shop owner”

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Capt. Slates

The PAWARA

**Colin Aldridge

Under Sea Hunter

Diveheart

“Creature Feature”

Malaysia

Jost Van Dyke Scuba

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Foundation pt1

Peter Hughes

Under Sea Hunter

Diveheart

“Intro”

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Foundation pt2

Peter Hughes

Under Sea Hunter

Diveheart

“Ocean Dancer”

Cocos

Foundation pt3

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and Eco Tours BVI pt 1 of 4

Peter Hughes “The Star Dancer” Peter Hughes “The Sky Dancer”

Peter Hughes “Sun Dancer 2” Peter Hughes “Wind Dancer”

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DI V E Z E RO T V G U ID E CH 11

CH 12

CH 13

CH 14

CH 15

The INDEPENDENT

The INDEPNDENT

The WRECK

Jonathan Birds

The ENVIRONMENT

Channel (NEW)

Channel (OLD)

Channel

“BLUE WORLD”

channel

Eva Haas

Dave Shurford

**Wreck of the

“The Blue Shark

Sampling Heron

Channel Islands,

Diving Utila pt1

Rhoan

Adventure”

Rick Morris

On Da Reef

Dave Shurford

**The Pirates

“Ginnie Springs

Counting Creatures

Volume 9

Diving Utila pt2

Purchase

Caverns”

Rick Morris

On Da Reef

Barbara Lloyd

Two wrecks, two

“Giants Of The

Rick Morris

Bonus Video

3 video jewels

eras pt 1

Depths”

The Turtle Saga

On Da Reef

Barbara Lloyd

Two wrecks, two

“The Shark and

Rick Morris

Barcley Sound

P-38 Bomber

eras pt 2

The Whale”

Infinite Oceans

On Da Reef

Jon Shaw

**Wreck week in

“Swimming with

Port Hardy

Marion Reef

Tortola BVI

Jaws”

On Da Reef

JD Duffs

“The Shark With

Whyte Cliff

“One Word”

The Tall Tail”

California

On Da Reef

“A Sharkwreck

Tuwanek Point

Mystery”

On Da Reef Volume 8

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2009

TV GUIDE month #8 of 12

GUIDE CREATED/EDITED BY ROB LYSAK

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DI V E Z E RO T V G U ID E CH 16

CH 17

CH 18

CH 19

CH 20

The BEST DIVES

The DESTINATION

The DOCUMENTARY

Dive Zero’s

Cozumel 2009

Channel

Channel

Channel

2009 video Media Kit

**The Playground

Queensland

pre-dive

Shaded Blue

Video from

Deepest man in the world

Cozumel 2009 trip

**The Playground

Jamaica

American Waters Alex Kirkwood

**The Pirates

Curacao

Purchase

**Dive Zero THE SERIES

**Wreck of the

Cozumel

Rhoan

National Treasures (6 parts)

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2009

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GUIDE CREATED/EDITED BY ROB LYSAK

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Executive Producer Rob Lysak

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Rob Lysak and Luke Boychuk invite you to take your companies vision to millions of viewers around the globe. Dive Zero TV offers the latest in internet television, broadcasting the very best in Scuba Diving TV. With over 20 category specific channels airing, and 20 more on the way we offer hundreds of hours of Scuba and Tourism video, ranging from exotic liveaboard holidays, to extreme Great White Shark dives! Cheaper than magazines, Zero TV is a great way to advertise for everyone in the destination/Scuba Diving industry. E mail me HERE for more information

Director of Operations Luke Boychuk

Rob started off filming snowboarding and extreme sports in the snowy hills of the southern Albertan Rockies at Castle Mountain Ski Resort. Since then, he has added onto his extreme sports filming list with freestyle motocrossing and producing a skateboard video, which sold in 5 different continents across the world. He has now brought his experience of filming and editing for the past 20 years, over to scuba diving. The sport of scuba diving should be thanking Rob for his creativity and new angles that he has brought to the sport. Robs also a very accomplished underwater photographer as well.

Growing up as a sponsored skateboarder, after high school, Luke decided to change his life completely 180 degrees around. He decided to become a scuba instructor. After completing the course, he decided that he would take up underwater filming instead. He came up with the idea of Dive Zero in late 2005, and has worked on it almost everyday since. The whole idea was to bring to scuba diving, what skateboarding, snowboarding and every other extreme sport has - a lifestyle. When Luke is not working on Dive Zero, scuba diving, traveling, and getting through everyday scenarios that life brings, he still   manages to find time to skateboard for his sponsors.

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