Sunday, February 15, 2009
Becoming Part of the UEV Team
Undersea Expeditionary Video Services, the underwater division of Valeo Films Inc., is an underwater production company that focuses on bringing the amazing underwater world into the homes of millions. From historic shipwrecks like those in Micronesia's Truk Lagoon and the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor, to the sharks of Tiger Beach, they aim to educate the public on a wide variety of underwater themes.
David Ulloa, the president and owner of Valeo Films, shares our vision of educating people to the plight of our oceans and the creatures that live below the surface. He has a similar fascination with sharks, and through his own eyes has witnessed their decreasing abundance over the years he has been exploring the underwater world.
David launched Undersea Expeditionary Video Services in 2006. Through shows on such well known channels as the Military Channel, Science Channel and History Channel, to DVDs, and even interactive on-location presentations broadcast into classrooms, their reach is as wide as their topics.
With a primary goal of "helping open doors for a better understanding and appreciation of the earth's oceans", UEV couldn't be a better fit with the goals of A Cotton Photo, and as such, I am overjoyed to be joining David Ulloa and his Underwater Expeditionary Video Services team.
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