Manuel Bustelo is a thrill seeker. From skiing, mountain biking or high altitude trekking, Manuel loves it all and the adrenaline rush that comes with seeing the world from a unique perspective. He recalls contemplating sunsets at 6000 meters, “I thought that mountaineers were the lucky ones who could appreciate […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "interview"
Growing up watching the American TV Series ‘Sea Hunt’ was Martin Edwards’ first introduction to the world of scuba diving and he hasn’t looked back since. Martin’s inspirational childhood lead him to his PADI certification in 1984 on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In 1986 Martin bought his first […]Read more ›
Our latest career month interview is with Tara Bradley, Senior Editor at Sport Diver magazine. She’s also the mystery woman behind Sport Diver’s Twitter account: @sportdiver. What inspired you to become a diver? I come from a family of divers (in the Midwest!) so diving was our favorite way to […]Read more ›
As a strong advocate of the New Zealand dive industry, PADI Assistant Instructor, Michael Keller first came to our attention on ScubaEarth for his active role with logging his dives. Nearly a year after Michael’s first ScubaEarth interview, we spoke with him again regarding his latest diving escapades and his […]Read more ›
Whether it’s small fish, big fish, giant schools of fish, wrecks or coral gardens in every possible shape and colour, PADI Rescue Diver, Paul Cowell has not only seen it all but has photographed these awe inspiring moments to share with the rest of the world. His incredible shots demonstrate […]Read more ›
For the last few months we’ve been following the adventures of Plastic Diver on Instagram. We were impressed by his buoyancy skills and ability to get close to critters. Below is a transcription of our interview: Where was your first dive and what did you think of it? The first […]Read more ›