Born of two swimmers, Linden Wolbert was raised in Pennsylvania Dutch country. Far from the ocean, she and her sister Cameron looked forward to swim team at the local pool in the summers and trips to the Jersey Shore. Interested in animals and insects large and small, Linden studied various field guides and memorized tropical fish species as a youngster. An obsession with Jacques Cousteau documentaries yielded worn-out video recordings of the Calypso and crew from repeated viewings. After discovering a love for camera and images, Linden attended Emerson College in Boston to study Film and Science with the dream of becoming a wildlife cinematographer. There she shot her first underwater film on 16mm with a Bolex camera and a housing she crafted from a fish tank. In 2003, Linden moved to Los Angeles to finish her undergraduate degree and got her Open Water certification shortly thereafter. This was a dream come true for her. With boundless energy and passion for the world of SCUBA and freediving, Linden is anxious to travel, dive with like-minded people, help the oceans and infect others with the water bug.
A recent study has revealed that humans have more in common with our fellow mammalian freedivers, humpback whales, than previously thought. The study suggests that humans and...
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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.
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.
Divetech Grand Cayman is planning to smash its own world record of the longest female underwater chain on Women's Dive Day 2019.