Kenny Broad

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Cave Mapping in the 21st Century

Sebastien Kister is a french cave diving instructor sharing his passion for the cenotes of the Riviera Maya in the Yucatan Penninsula with students from around the world. He applies his software engineer background in the development of software and ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Underwater, Underground, Making a Map

Steve Bogaerts is a cave diving instructor and explorer originally from London, England who has been living in Mexico for the last 18 years. Steve first visited the Bahamian island of Abaco in 2003 and has been making regular trips since then ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Documenting Inner Earth

Jill Heinerth serves as the documentarian for the Abaco Blue Holes Project. Her hybrid career includes teaching, photo-journalism, motivational speaking, consulting and pretty much anything that keeps her underwater. She is the Explorer in Residence for the Royal Canadian Geographical ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Speaking Up for Safety

Jill Heinerth serves as the documentarian for the Abaco Blue Holes Project. Her hybrid career includes teaching, photo-journalism, motivational speaking, consulting and pretty much anything that keeps her underwater. She is the Explorer in Residence for the Royal Canadian Geographical ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Prehistoric Creatures of the Blue Holes

Nancy Albury is the Abaco Manager and Curator of Paleontology for the National Museum of the Bahamas. She is responsible for management of the natural history collections as well as documentation and research of the blue holes, cave sites, and ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: A Team With 200 Years of Experience

Cristina Zenato, yes, of the Santa Cristina Zenato vineyard, a native of Lake Garda, Italy, has been living in Grand Bahama Island for over 22 years, where she runs educational diving programs and technical diving at the Underwater Explorers Society. When ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Exploration in a Parallel World

Keene Haywood is the director of the exploration science program at the University of Miami’s Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy. The program offers a Master’s degree in Exploration Science through the Master of Professional Science (MPS) ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Safety Rules (Because Safety Rules!)

Chris Millbern is the 2016 Our-World Underwater Scholar. Trained in ecology and evolutionary biology at UCLA, Chris found his passion in dive safety and volunteered to join the National Geographic Blue Holes Project. Expedition Blog 2 / Dec. 6 / By Chris Millbern A few ...

Blue Holes Expedition: Rocks, Water, and a Workout

Team member Tom Morris has been exploring caves around the world the world for almost fifty years. Tom is a biologist and diver who lives in Gainesville, Florida. Today, Sunday, is his 70th birthday. His birthday present was a passport ...

Bahamas Blue Holes 2016: Meet the Team

Expedition Blog 1 / Dec. 4 4am on Dec. 4, officially the second day of our Nat Geo cave diving expedition to Abaco, The Bahamas. My umpteenth trip to Bahamas, but my first blog, so I’ll keep it relatively short, sentimental, sardonic, informational, ...