I train the actors to freedive - to be efficient and comfortable while freediving and acting simultaneously. I did some stunts at the beginning of the movie as well. The challenge specifically on A2/3 is hearing through the balls in the tank! But my usual work, stunts and water safety, would be probably long hours. Everyone puts in a lot of heart and hard work to make a great product and it can be very exhausting.
What's surprising about your job?
One scene can take all day to complete. Movie-making is a lot longer then people imagine.
First job in film?
Hawaii Five-0: had the role of a young woman who was killed by her brother for will money.
Most exciting thing about working on the sequels?
To work beside James Cameron and watch how his imagination/creativity morphed in order to bring everything to life. Trying to recreate his dreams and fantasy through the amazing technology the team had built was unbelievable.
Best advice received working in film industry?
Always be happy and smile even on the hardest of days. The energy you bring to the team radiates through. People's moods can shift to make everyone's day go that much better or worse.
What's a fun fact about yourself?
Most people do not know that I am pretty fluent in American Sign Language.