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  • About

    Home Page:
    Florida's Space Coast
    Healthcare Systems Contractor
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    I primarily love dive reefs, seeing and photographing the colorful life. The Keys are probbaly my favorite sites, but I dive anywhere along the South Florida coast.

    Currently not a very active diver due to some domestic situations, but I plan to get right back into diving regularly as soon as possible.
    Certification History:
    First trained casually in the late 90's with TDI's Joe Odom, who gave me the dive bug; but I moved away before completing my cert.

    Since then:
    PADI OW - October 2002
    PADI EANx - March 2008
    PADI AOW - June 2008
    SSI Deep Diver - June 2009
    SSI/NACD Cavern - October 2009
    SDI Solo Diver - June 2009
    Certification Level:
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Worthington/XS HP 120cf steel cylinders, Atomic DIN reg w/SeaCure mouthpiece, modded & customized SeaQuest BC, Cressi mask, Sherwood Wisdom 2 computer, Pentax Optio S5i camera with factory dive housing (primitive but cheap), single Sea & Sea strobe, Dive Rite LED 700 canister/handheld combo light, 19cf bailout pony w/Zeagle reg
    No kids and solo living lets me take life on my own terms. Diving for me is strictly recreational (no deco, warm open water, typically 100' or less); I love seeing all the life underwater, feeling a part of it, and capturing some of it in pics and videos. That's what diving is all about for me: neither the technical challenge nor the gear nor the diving itself, but rather getting back to that soup of life from which we all evolved. Reefs beat wrecks any day for me, and while I hold a cavern cert and appreciate the opportunities Florida springs offer, nevertheless I'm just not that into relatively lifeless freshwater and rocks; for me, that's just "extended gear rinse diving".


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