Watervisions Underwater Production Services

Watervisions has a creative and versatile staff, who have the capabilities for organizing any needs for any Underwater Film and HD Production, or around water Film and HD production. Watervisions has worked on more Feature Film Productions in Canada than any other Canadian or American company. Watervisions quality is unmathched in Feature Film and Television Production. Watervisions being a Canadian company will always deliver a better price to any Feature Film Production than any Foreign or American companies, (that must import their gear) or any Canadian company, since our gear is owned by Watervisions and already in Canada. Watervisions Underwater Film Housings, HD housings and underwater lighting systems, are the best in the world. Watervisons revolutionary 125W Pocket Par is the only underwater light that can be lit in or out of the water, Watervisions 1200W HMI can also be used out of the water. Watervisions founder and Underwater Director of Photography Pauline Heaton CSC is available for work in America or World Wide. Our crews, as well as being diving technicians and underwater camera operators, are certified commercial divers. Our facilities include a large tank for testing and/or building underwater sets. We have a full machine shop, camera room, and production offices with importing & exporting capability. Watervision's staff also has experience in shooting across Canada, including the high Arctic. We have traveled by dog sleds 80 miles to dive under the ice, shooting whales off Baffin Island, and shipwrecks off the coast of British Columbia.

Other locations we have shot around the world include:

Hawaii      Caribbean      Belize       St. Lucia     Bikini Atoll
Florida      Bonaire      Cocos Island    Exumas     Monterey Bay

Given our vast experience in the waters of British Columbia, it is not always necessary to scout locations. We have a wide variety of prime locations at our disposal. The waters off the coast of British Columbia are teeming with life. Many of the species are easily captured on film or video - and best of all, they work for free!

Pauline R. Heaton CSC

Underwater Cinematographer / Producer

Steve Latta
U/W Camera Assistant Underwater Tech

Chris Hansen

Underwater Camera Operator

Pat McGillion
U/W Safety Supervisor

Herb DeWaal

U/W Key/Rigging Grip

Bridget E. Strobl
U/W Coordinator
also Underwater Makeup & Hair

Shop Manager / Machinist

Thomas Vencelides
Production Manager / Toronto
Phone:(416) 923-5399
Cell:    (416) 993-8112

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