A rogue with an eye for salvage - and the ladies - Ray: A Life Underwater is an affectionate portrait of one man's deep sea diving career, told through his extraordinary collection of marine artefacts.
Like a modern-day pirate, 75-year-old Ray Ives has been scouring the seabed for treasure his whole life.
The former commercial diver has plundered the deep for over fifty years, bringing to the surface anything that glittered -- even gold.
In a shipping container near the water, Ray tends his museum of cannon, bottles, bells, swords, portholes and diving gear.
He even still takes to the water in a 1900s diving suit.
Ray can be found most days at his museum at Yacht Haven Quay, Plymouth.
A rare, beautiful dance with a supposed "man-eater". A curious oceanic whitetip shark and a freediving Shark Angel, Julie Andersen, played weightlessly in the water for hours. Shocking and stunning - even Jacques Cousteau described the oceanic whitetip shark as "the most dangerous of all sharks". Clearly they are not. And more than misunderstood, these sharks are critically endangered in many places on the globe. Learn more and get involved at sharkangels.org
Shot on a RED Scarlet in a Gates Housing. Special thanks to Epic Diving for making the dance possible.