Sail Caribbean is pleased to introduce Armando Jenik, a renowned underwater photographer, who brings his camera and photographic expertise on many of our diving expeditions. We’re excited to have Armando’s talents aboard many of our diving expeditions this summer. Armando was with our Alpha 3 divers last week diving Angel Fish Reef and Rainbow Canyon.
You can view his photography on his commercial website. (Find photo albums starting with “ALPHA 3, 7:28:15, OW DIVE, FN DIVE, DIVING ANGEL FISH REEF, RAINBOW CANYON’S” under the Sail Caribbean 2015 icon.) You may also enjoy his portfolio of underwater photography on his main promotional website.
Since Armando is a professional photographer, his site is set up for e-commerce. You can view the proofs for fun, and if you’d like, you can purchase prints by transacting online. Armando also offers various packages for digital image files. Choose 10 digital images for $150, 20 images $250 and 30 images $350. If you’re interested in buying digital images, please contact him directly via email at email@example.com (and do so as early as possible in the program so he can focus a little more on your subject.)
Here’s a little more on Armando’s impressive background:
and digital photography. Jenik’s professional resume includes a long list of print publications, including Geo Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Skin Diver magazine, and Gentlemen’s Quarterly. He also has numerous film production credits including several on camera appearances, including Cousteau’s “Humpback Whales” filmed in St. Thomas, USVI and underwater stunt work for Columbia Pictures and NBC. Armando was the underwater stunt double for Terry Kiser as Bernie in “Weekend at Bernie’s, Part 2″. He has won two Emmy awards and a Mobius award for the best creative commercial. He worked as director of underwater photography on several film productions including “Commandments”, “Bare Essentials” for Republic Pictures And “Self Catering”, a British production film in Tortola.
The greatest challenge during the program was staying entertained during the quarantine period. Not being able to leave your boat and not having a phone, which was a crutch against boredom, it was difficult at first to stay entertained.