In his pursuit of the ultimate photographic challenge, Ravetch has become one of a handful of filmmakers to shoot beneath the Arctic Ice cap. Even more unusual is his perseverance in the north with 25 years working in the brutal polar environment. Ravetch has been rewarded by capturing some fantastic, first-time photographed events of the lives of polar bears, walrus, narwhal and other arctic treasures.
Ravetch’s shooting career spans from the North to South Poles, from Baja California to the Red Sea, Micronesia, to The Galapagos. He works closely with both scientists and first nations experts to get a fascinating view of the Oceans. While working in Television, Ravetch has helped film hundreds of programs for the small screen, including BBC’ Planet Earth, and has directed many sequences for Imax films and co directed a feature film for the large screen.
In recognition for his remarkable underwater work Adam has been nominated for a NOGI award (2017) the highest award in the diving world.
With an watchful eye on new technology, Ravetch is experimenting with new ways of telling innovative stories, and has jumped into the world of VR Films, creating content and pieces for Disney’s The Finest Hours, Efran’s VR Film Sharks, Rochner’s Film’ The Oil Rigs Off California and The Weather Channel’s Florida’s Watershed.