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Cave Diving: Beyond the Limits (Florida)

In January 2014 we spent a week working with David Sutta and Kyle Hall from CBS. Not only did they want to do a short series on cave diving they literally immersed themselves into it! Before filming they took on Edd Sorenson's cavern diver course in Marianna Florida. Edd is not only an excellent cave diver, and cave explorer he is known as a tough Instructor that you are sure to get a good course from. I filmed some of their training for a behind the scenes piece and to show the difficulties of overhead environment diving and why training is so important. ...Read More

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RED BULL Explorers: Adventurers of the Century "The Crystal Labyrinth" (Abacco Bahamas)

The Caribbean island chain of the Bahamas is home to some of the world's most stunning and extensive underwater caves. Within this spectacular backdrop the Abaco Islands host a massive underwater crystal cave network, which has not been fully explored yet. Diving legend Brian Kakuk has tried to find a connection between two of the largest cave systems for many years. In June 2014 he will make the final push to connect together Dan's Cave and Ralph's Cave. If they succeed, they explore the largest cave system of its type in the world. If they fail - well, do not even think about it...

Shot on RED EIPIC DRAGON in 6k by Liquid Productions, Inc.
Watch the trailer to the documentary here:  The Crystal Labyrinth Teaser 

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Duracell Commercial (Marianna Florida)

Lost in an underwater cave, and out of air, George Todd knew he had no chance of survival. But he didn't count on one unstoppable hero. This extraordinary story is part of Quantum Heroes, the series Plenty developed and produced with Tim McGraw for Duracell We were honored to film this dramatic underwater cave rescue and tell Edd Sorensons story. He's an inspiration to all technical divers. ...Watch the video

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Project Shiphunt (Lake Huron, USA)

Project Shiphunt aired tonight (August 30th, 2011) On Current TV. "Five Michigan students hunt for shipwrecks in the deep waters of Lake Huron" An inspirational documentary full of adventure, exploration, technology, and shipwrecks! Liquid Productions was proud to be a part of the underwater film crew and among the first to dive 2 virgin shipwrecks! The dives were extremely challenging visiting dangerous depths past 315ft in icy cold 34C degree water. Documenting the journey and discovering pieces of history lost beneath the waves so long ago.

More information visit Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary website.

Diving the 138 year old Grace Channon Schooner (Lake Michigan) 

The Grace Channon was a 3 masted wooden schooner that sailed the Great Lakes in 1877. She collided with another ship in a storm and sank into the deep waters of Lake Michigan. She's been sitting upright on the bottom for 138 years and in good condition. The water is 185ft deep and due to zebra muscles it's quite clear. One unique feature on this wreck is the intact cabin on the stern. Erik Forman assested Becky and they spent 45min on the bottom and over an hour of decompression diving a 17/40dil both of us on Megalodon closed circuit Rebreathers.  Watch the video. 

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Exploring the Alice E. Wilds Shipwreck (Lake Michigan) 

We were the first divers to explore the wreck of Alice E. Wilds in over 300ft in Lake Michigan June 16, 2015. She was a wooden propeller steamship built in Michigan in 1882. She sunk 133 years ago in a collision with another ship in a dense fog. Lost to the icy, deep, dark waters of the lake until modern technology allowed her to be located. The wreck is in very good condition, sitting upright on the bottom with a wheelhouse, wheel, anchors, and upright engine.  We spent 25 minutes at over 300 feet using rebreathers and mixed gases to document the shipwreck in HD video and still imagery, then over 2 hours of decompression in the 37F / 2.7C waters. To watch the first footage of the Alice Wilds click here. 

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NBC Today Show - Shark dive LIVE 

The TODAY correspondent joins a 2 day expedition in Florida to find a great white shark in the Atlantic Ocean. We go live from an underwater shark cage over 4 miles offshore doing several live hits throughout the show surrounded by 20 or more amped up bull sharks and a handful of silky sharks. 

Watch the NBC Today Show Shark segments here.   /   Watch the NBC -WPVI Segment here

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National Geographic: Maya Underworld (Yucatan, Mexico)

Venturing into vast underwater graveyards of Maya human sacrifices, journalist and host of NGC’s Don’t Tell My Mother Diego Buñuel searches through a watery maze to unearth new revelations about the most infamous date in the Maya calendar: December 21, 2012 – doomsday. Using ground-breaking National Geographic technology, Diego and a team of archaeologists will literally light up the abyss to explore these underwater tombs and gain key insight into why the Maya may have predicted an impending apocalypse. In a secret location, Diego views a rare replica of one Maya codex whose last page filled with illustrations of floods and ominous-looking gods first sparked the apocalyptic prediction some 100 years ago. And, in remote Guatemala, NGC follows an elite team of researchers who descend through dangerous underground tunnels and, using modern techniques, make a revelatory discovery that may alter our perception of December 21, 2012. ...Watch the video

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BelizeTechnical diving Promo Videos and Virgin Airlines mini Doc 

Liquid Productions spent 3 weeks in Caye Caulker, Belize to document all of the off the remote and technical diving that Belize has to offer. Dives include going to the bottom of the Great Blue Hole 360ft deep, cave diving in Giant Cave and Winter Wonderland, and descending down deep walls to depths of 400ft. The team used Megalodon rebreathers, mixed gases, safety divers, and a detailed plan for team lighting in these extreme environments. A short 22 minute documentary on these remote and unique environments will be airing on Virgin Airlines seat backs for free starting in May 2015.  Watch the video here for Cave Diving in Belize  also watch the Bottom of the Great Blue Hole and New Cave Exploration in Belize and Cavern Training in Belize. 

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Arctic Expedition (Labrador to Illulisat Greenland)

This expedition has been in the works for a year. The mission was to follow the Sedna Epic crew on this proof of concept trip to see if they can snorkel in Arctic conditions. The team wants to snorkel the entire Northwest passage in 2017 so this small expedition is crutial to testing out different types of equipment in freezing water. I had 6 days to get everything together before leaving for the month of July . Coming along with me were 2 underwater video systems, full face masks and underwater communications, Santi drysuits with heated vests, gloves and warm undergarmets for the icy waters. filming started in Newfoundland Canada, then up the Labrador coast crossing over the Davis Straight to Greenland and ending eventually in Iceland.

Our home was the MV Cape Race, an older fishing vessel converted into a live aboard. It had 2 zodiacs, a small compressor and the most adorable ships cat that would make a bed our of any open dive gear bag! On our last day of transiting up the Greenland coast a dense fog rolled in. Normally this might not be a big deal but for us we were zig zagging around icebergs the size of buildings that were almost impossible to see. Several times an hour the look out would yell "iceberg on port" or "iceberg dead ahead" the captain would blow the horn and the sound would echo off in the distance. Occasionally we would ram into a small bergy bit and the sound would reverberate though the steel hull. A most unusual sound I'm not used to.

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Phantom Springs Cave Exploration : Advanced Diver Magazine (Balmorhea, TX)

Becky Schott was invited to be a part of the ADM Foundation Exploration team under a special scientific permit from the Bureau of Reclamation to document Phantom Springs Cave. It's located deep in the desert of West Texas in the small town of Balmorhea. This year on our expedition exploration divers Brett Hemphill and Andy Pitkin hit a record depth of 462ft/140.8m making it the deepest natural underwater cave system in the United States! The team set up sediment traps, collected water quality data, surveyed over 8000ft of the cave, and shot hours of high definition video and stills both topside and underwater. The site is a biological preserve set aside for the endangered pup fish that lives in the pools outside of the system. ...Watch the video

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The Creators Project : Largest Underwater Sculpture  (Nassau, Bahamas) 

Liquid Productions worked with VICE on The Creators Project capturing the installation of Jason deCaires Taylor's 18-foot high, 60-ton Bahamian Ocean Atlas sculpture, the single largest underwater sculpture on Earth. The work, part of the Sir Nicholas Nuttall Coral Reef Sculpture Garden, which also includes Lucayan Faces by Andret John, and Virtuoso Man by Willicey Tynes, is a permanent, ocean floor-based installation commissioned by the Bahamas Reef Environmental Education Foundation (BREEF) to provide a new, artificial habitat for corals off the coast of New Providence, Bahamas. 

Watch the Video and read more about Ocean Atlas Sculpture. 

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