LASSELIN, Nathalie

Canada, France

Last updated: December 21, 2019 at 22:24 pm

Underwater cinematographer and director of photography (Pixnat); cave diver and instructor; Arctic expedition leader; public speaker; organiser of the record for the most women divers submerging simultaneously; conducted the first underwater spherical cave panorama; Nathalie has filmed and explored deep wrecks, caves, and bodies of water in more than 50 countries. She is also the founder of the Urban Water Odyssey, an underwater exploration project of the body of water closest to her home, the St. Lawrence River. In August 2017, she dove for six straight hours, traveling 20 km (12.4 mi.) down the St. Lawrence using a rebreather and DPV in order to shed light on the state of the river in the Montreal area; author of Sous le fleuve, l’odyssée : à la rescousse du Saint-Laurent.

Women Divers Hall of Fame (2017)
Fellow (Royal Canadian Geographical Society | 2017)

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