Polar explorer, and award-winning wildlife filmmaker, Adam Ravetch has been involved in a myriad of projects that has taken him to the far corners of the earth. Dedicated to creative filmmaking, he strives to bring to the screen the unforgettable details of animals' lives and their relationship to mankind.
In his pursuit of the ultimate photographic challenge, Ravetch journeyed north, and became one of a handful of filmmakers to shoot beneath the Arctic ice cap. Even more unusual is his perseverance in the north with two decades of experience working in the brutal, polar environment. The unforgiving Arctic has rewarded Ravetch with some of his most fantastic cinematic images & spectacular films.
From his own theatrically released feature film Arctic Tale, to the IMAX films To The Arctic & Wonders of the Arctic, to the BBC's TV series Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and recently Shark, Ravetch is always attempting to contribute documents of rarely seen behavioral events, and one-of-a-kind moments including some of his extremely up close experiences swimming with Polar bears and underwater in a massive herd of two-ton walrus with dagger like tusks in his most recent Emmy-nominated 3D television film, Ice Bear 3D, released on Blue-Ray NBC/Universal.