George has done productions in all seven seas and on islands whose names few people have ever heard. in 2008 he became on e of the first underwater cameramen to use the Red One camera in a housing which he designed. Now using new Nauticam underwater housing for the Red Epic there is no limit to the technical quality underwater images he is able to produce: from IMAX to Youtube and everything in between. George produced and directed the “Sea-Cam Journal” television series that aired for two seasons on the Travel Channel and “The Funniest and Friendliest Fish in the Sea” which aired on Nickelodeon. George is currently in development on several major theatrical underwater films including “Johanna and the Whale” slated to be released in 2017.
Dean’s most extreme underwater photographic adventure was beneath twelve feet of ice in Antartica for a PBS documentary. For over two decades he has worked with George Monteiro of Sea-Cam producing everything from television series and feature films to commercials and documentaries. Across the globe both under and above the water Dean has written and produced several award winning underwater television programs and documentaries including “Altered Ocean’s Acrid Seas” featured in the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. He also penned the soon to be released novel entitled “The Woman who Knew Sharks".