Becky Kagan Schott
Videographer, 1st Cameraman & Photographer
Becky Kagan Schott is an Emmy award-winning underwater videographer, photographer, journalist and dive instructor. Becky’s film work can be seen on National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet. With more than 19 years of dive experience, Becky has logged thousands of hours underwater, in caves and under ice.
Becky specializes in acquiring video in challenging aquatic environments around the world: Whether rappelling into caves, diving under the ice in the Bering Sea, filming shipwrecks in the Great Lakes or encountering great white sharks, she has consistently delivered high quality imagery.
She is the primary videographer of the 2014-2016 Sedna Epic Expedition.
Becky has worked closely with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s Advanced Imaging and Visualization Laboratory, using the latest in high-definition and 3D technology, both above and below the surface.
In conjunction with Woods Hole, she has participated in several projects with the National Park Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Her projects include documenting famous ship wrecks such as the USS Monitor, the U-869 and the 2010 Titanic Expedition. Becky has also participated in NOAA’s Battle of the Atlantic Expedition and Project Shiphunt, documenting virgin wrecks in Lake Huron.
A fellow of the Explorers Club and an inductee in the Women Divers Hall of Fame, Becky believes in advancing marine conservation through the use of her compelling imagery.
Email Becky: firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky’s Website: www.liquidproductions.com
Becky’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/