Richard Lundgren has worked as a diver professionally around the world for more than 20 years. He’s been fortunate to have participated in many sensational exploration projects such as HMHS Britannic, sister ship of the RMS Titanic, and the discovery of the mighty admiralship Mars the Magnificent sunk during the Nordic seven year war in 1564. Lundgren is a founding member of the exploration organization, GUE, Global Underwater Explorers and serve in the training council. Lundgren pioneered Technical and Cave diving, exploration diving, in Scandinavia in the early 1990th and part founded the prestigious explorations groups BSTD, Baltic Sea technical Divers, and Ocean Discovery. As president Lundgren spearheaded numerous explorations worldwide during the 1990th including targets like the Spanish gold galleon outside Key West, the M1 experimental submarine of the coast of Plymouth, the blue hole caves in Bahamas and Bimini and setting the North European cave penetration record in arctic conditions. The success of the Ocean Discovery ongoing project “the search for the Admiral’s fleet” is nothing but sensational. Ocean Discovery has since the early 2000th discovered and explored more than 120 ship wrecks. Many of these wrecks have earned international fame and become research projects for scientists globally. Lundgren also works professionally with sea bottom surveys and environmental ocean studies specialized in advanced sonar systems and ROV, Remotely Operated Vehicles. Lundgren has participated in numerous underwater expeditions worldwide and is recognized as one of Europe’s most experienced trimix divers and underwater videographers. With thousands of dives to his credit – including cold-water dives, wreck, cave and technical dives using stage deco techniques, specially mixed gases and diver propulsion vehicles – Lundgren is an accomplished photographer and filmmaker with a contagious passion for discovery and exploration.