I worked for Martin Sutton as a Dive Master and
was a Partner in Cayman Film and Video
The most comprehensive instructional VHS video for the beginning to intermediate underwater photographer. Youll be taken through your first moments with your Nikonos V. From assembly of the camera body and lens to achieving professional results with the worlds most trusted and popular underwater camera. Join world-renowned underwater photographer Martin Sutton in Grand Cayman for a one-on-one underwater lesson including all you need to know from the store to the water. Topics Include: How to assemble your camera Testing the system Choosing the right film How to achieve correct exposure Focus and the effects of refraction Choosing subject matter Composition Shooting for an audience Checklists and skill reviews Cleaning the system and changing film Tips and advice not found in the Nikonos manual And much more!
Fisheye of Cayman
October 1982 – December 2002 (20 years 3 months)
I started and developed a scuba diving business, with an emphasis on underwater photography and video, into a world-renowned operation in one of the most competitive markets in the world. In later years I moved into organising all aspects of high end dive travel
Cayman Film and Video
Supplied Equipment Crew, Boats and Cameramen. Our Clients Included
Diving the North wall and Stingray City
PADI Basic underwater Training video in Grand Cayman sections shot late 80s.
American cinematographer Mike deGruy Stingray City
One of the far more obscure shows and documentary series from the BBC.
Sea Trek dated back to 1992, has seldom been repeated (if ever) and has long been out of production on VHS video.
No DVD release has been made.
Part 1 of 3, Episode two of the documentary series: Sea Trek, with Martha Holmes and Michael deGruy.
Part 1 focuses primarily on Stingrays, a grouper, Moray Eel, Eagle Ray and Sea Fans.
At the time, the plastic bubble equipment and being able to talk underwater was pretty revolutionary.
The Cayman Islands are one of the top scuba diving destinations in world, and with Atlantis Submarines, you don’t have to be a scuba diver to experience the underwater world. The 48 passenger Atlantis Submarine offers a unique but relative option for anyone seeking things to do in the Cayman Islands.