Grant has been diving for over twenty years and has over 5000 dives. He is a trimix instructor trainer and PADI Course Director. He has a BS in marine biology from Long BeachState. He has been technical diving, as such, for over 15 years. He is a published author and photographer. He is a working cinematographer / videographer / director. You have probably seen his work on the diving adventure series The Aquanauts. He has been a participant in many of DSAT’s productions to develop media for PADI and others. He is the owner Scuba And Film Enterprises, LLC, a water safety/coordination company that facilitates water work in the entertainment community. He is a Board Member of the United States Apnea Association. No matter what mode he is diving, Grant is striving everyday to help advance the sport and share his love of the sport and its environment with the world.
DEMA 2006 Special: Well Known Photographer Michael AW Publishes New Book on North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Michael AW, well known author and photographer, released his new book Beneath North Sulawe Sea at the DEMA Show. The book follows a theme of twenty-four hours...
DEMA 2006 Special: DAN Hosts DEMA Pre-conference Diving Fatalities Investigation Workshop Related to Rebreathers
Diver’s Alert Network, the world’s diving safety association, hosted a workshop on November 7, 2006 to discuss with industry leaders the issues surrounding fatalities investigations related to...
The final part in Grant's valuable lessons that can be passed to recreational side of SCUBA.
Grant discusses more lessons that help recreational divers from experiences in tech diving.
Valuable lessons can be learned from the depth of experience and history in technical diving. These lessons were often learned the hard way.