From: New Zealand
Profession: dive travel business
Pete’s passion for diving started in the cold English waters over 27 years ago. This is where his “Lust for Rust” was created and from then onwards he has dedicated himself to researching, finding, diving and photographing wrecks. With over 3000 + hours in-water experience spanning over 22 different countries, As well as being a PADI Course Director, Pete is a Technical Diving Instructor Trainer. Pete is notably one of the southern hemispheres most experienced Technical divers and Instructors.
Petes’ highly successful dive travel business “Lust4Rust Diving Excursions & Shock&Awe Big Animal Diving” focuses on taking technical diver trips to remote locations, bringing full medical support and logistical expertise second to none. Places like Truk Lagoon, Solomon Islands, Bikini Atoll, Great Lakes, Sri Lanka, Palau,Gapalagps, the South Pacific and NZ. Pete has also earned himself membership into the coveted Explorers Club.
A well published and accomplished photographer, Pete specialises in unique techniques lighting up large areas of wrecks and caves. He is also actively involved in assisting with scientific research papers (published in Medical Journals). For more information visit his site – www.lust4rust.co
|Great Lakes wreck diving|
|The first “Great lakes wreck diving – One of the worlds best kept secrets”. With over 6000 wrecks littering the bottom in the The Great Lakes, with ships being lost due to treacherous weather conditions expand over three centuries. There is no place like it on the planet which have such a diversity of history below the surface of these fresh water oceans. Come and join Pete who will take you on a visual journey to some of these amazing wrecks.|
|Advanced underwater imagery|
|“Advanced Photographic Techniques – Going that Extra Step to Get that Money Shot!” This is for the advanced photographer who wants to expand on their photography. Come and enjoy some insight and hopefully get some hints and ideas to take your underwater photography to the next level by attending this workshop hosted by one of the worlds leading underwater photographers.|