Jill Heinerth

Jill Heinerth is a veteran of over thirty years of filming, photography and exploration on projects in submerged caves around the world. She is the inaugural Explorer in Residence for the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, recipient of Canada’s prestigious Polar Medal and the diving world’s highest award from the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences.

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FORCE BLUE And Sea Of Change Team Up To Take On Plastics

FORCE BLUE has teamed up on a project with the Sea Of Change Foundation that aims to use FORCE BLUE's Special Operations Veterans to raise awareness about the ocean and the threats it faces.

Florida’s Coral Spawning Season Is About To Start

It's that time of year again, so it's worth packing your dive gear and heading down to the Florida Keys for the annual Coral spawning season.

Israeli Documentary ‘Picture Of His Life’ To Make U.S. Premiere This Month

The documentary film "Picture Of His Life," about award-winning wildlife stills photographer and environmental activist Amos Nachoum, will make its U.S. premiere this month.

Sayuri Kinoshita – A Personal Photo Essay

Photographer Daan Verhoeven shares a personal account of his muse and good friend Sayuri Kinoshita

Women’s World Record Planned At Divetech Grand Cayman

Divetech Grand Cayman is planning to smash its own world record of the longest female underwater chain on Women's Dive Day 2019.