Undersea world to be revealed by local videographer

If you are looking for something to do tomorrow night, you may wish to take in a video tour of Puget Sound’s underwater wilderness by filmmaker John Williams.

John Williams Photo by Karen Perry
John Williams // Still Hope Productions photo by Karen Perry

Williams, a Suquamish resident, will show excerpts from “SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest” Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth St. in Bremerton. The event will include a discussion about how art, science, education and recreation are involved in protecting and preserving the health of Puget Sound.. A suggested donation of $5 will be accepted at the door.

“SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest” is a television program that reveals the undersea world of Puget Sound. The program, which features startling videos of underwater creatures, runs once a month on public access channels across the state.

Check out the home page for SEA-Inside. Also, Bill Mickelson of the North Kitsap Herald featured Williams in a story on Friday.

Sea urchin Photo by Dan Hershman
Sea urchin
Still Hope Productions photo by Dan Hershman

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