Jean-Claude Protta, founder of SUBSPACE, is a Swiss engineer born in Geneva in 1942. He's a scuba diver since 1958. He became National Diving Monitor (FFESSM) in 1965 and received the title of CMAS National Instructor from the Swiss Diving Federation in 1966. In 1958, he build his first underwater housing for an old still camera Kodak® 620. Since then, he never stopped designing, and modify underwater housings, strobes and lights for photography, movie and more recently for the video.
During more than 20 years, Jean Claude Protta has been involved in the most innovative projects.
Pascal met Jean Claude when he came back from California where he was designing robotics used in the pharmaceutics industry. At this time, his dream became true, design and build underwater products. After more than 10 years working in Research & Development in several companies, he's got the skills to continue Jean Claude's innovative work, continue SUBSPACE PICTURES adventure.
Our goal is to create, develop, design, manufacture and sale high quality, made in Switzerland underwater products,custom products, born from user needs. We are able to build custom products as well as deliver standard products. Welcome on our website, enjoy surfing with us.
2011, Pascal Courtin joins SUBSPACE PICTURES as Jean Claude Protta is about to be retired.
Mechanical engineer, both Swiss and French nationalities, born in 1976, scuba diver since 1999. In the 2000 he built dive lights and was already involved in scuba diving equipment development.