MEET THE TEAM

Scott Cadreau

Scott Cadreau

Technical and Rebreather Instructor

I started diving in 2010 and fell in love with the sport. I became a PADI instructor at the end of 2010 and crossed over to SDI/TDI in 2011 as a technical dive instructor. I am qualified to teach all the way to Advanced Trimix with both agencies. I split my time between Arizona and Key Largo teaching.

info@sea2seascuba.com

Kaileigh Sandberg

Kaileigh Sandberg

Store Manager | Divemaster

James Bock

James Bock

Lead Instructor | Technical Instructor

My first dives were in Hawaii while on vacation. I knew right away from the moment I walked into a dive shop this was going to be fun. The gear, the water, the wildlife….. diving would be a big part of my life. I have since then gone from an open water diver to an instructor. I have spent countless hours working on my craft and am constantly learning. My favorite dive has been a missile silo in Washington, and my favorite sea animal are the garden eels.

james@sea2seascuba.com

Colin Schneider

Colin Schneider

MSDT Instructor | Service Tech

All throughout my life I’ve been obsessed with the ocean. When I was in preschool, I remember watching Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter. He was diving with sharks and traveling the world. Ever since then I’ve wanted to see the ocean. When I turned 21, I started my PADI Open Water scuba class.
5 years later, scuba diving has allowed me to travel the world, become a scuba instructor, and start technical and rebreather diving. I’m close to 1,000 dives now and I’ve only scratched the surface. I’m excited about all my future underwater experiences! Try it out for yourself and It will change your life!

colin@sea2seascuba.com

Ashlley Kloostra

Ashlley Kloostra

Divemaster | Retail Associate

I’m 19 yrs old and work as a retail associate and Divemaster at Sea 2 Sea since 2019. I joined the industry because I love diving and plan to pursue a career as a research diver. My favorite species include: cow fish, box fish, great whites and hammerheads. 

ashlley@sea2seascuba.com

Raphael Colon

Raphael Colon

Technical Instructor | CCR Instructor

Jeramy Graham

Jeramy Graham

IDC Staff Instructor

Forrest Packebush

Forrest Packebush

SDI/TDI Divemaster and Assistant Instructor | PADI and RAID Divemaster

I began diving in 1994 in the USAF. Back then the military’s idea of dive training was “Here take this gear, make it work and don’t kill yourselves!” Unfortunately for me that was a big turn off to diving. 22 years later my wife wanted us to get dive certified to enjoy an excursion on our honeymoon to Bora Bora. Reluctantly, I agreed. When I learned dive the correct way I was hooked. Literally went off the deep end.

In 2.5 years I have logged over 1200 dives. 200 of them being on CCR ( Closed Circuit Rebreather), totaling well over 300 hours on CCR. I worked my way up through the ranks from Open Water to Master Diver. Then I jumped into professional diving as a Divemaster and Assistant Instructor. The technical realm is where I love to spend my time whether it be in a set of doubles or full-out trimix deep on my rebreather. I love diving.

Come join us. Let me share my passion with you and teach you how to enjoy the life under the surface. Let’s go diving!!!!

forrest@sea2seascuba.com

Aaron Malner

Aaron Malner

Instructor | Multimedia Director

Jeff Ignaszewski

Jeff Ignaszewski

MSDT Instructor | DAN Instructor

I’m a Buckeye transplant in AZ. I started my diving at the request of my brother wanting to dive for Megalodon shark teeth in the shark tooth capital of the world, Venice Florida. I’m very happy that those sharks are long dead! The first couple of dives were fun, visibility was 2-3 feet. After not finding many teeth or seeing much aquatic life I decided to dive in the Florida Keys. That’s when I fell in love with diving – warm, clear water with tons of fish. It’s diving in a salt water aquarium. Certified in 2012 and my only regret is I don’t dive more often.
I love seeing new divers “get it” and start a long-term love affair with diving. My favorite spot is Truk Lagoon in Micronesia. It’s full of history and wrecks, wrecks and more wrecks. Recently certified on a Hollis rebreather I’m looking forward to multiple trips back to Truk. I’m always ready to share this underwater world with new and existing divers and helping them increase skills.

jeffi@sea2seascuba.com

Julia Huls

Julia Huls

Retail Associate

I grew up free diving and I finally got scuba certified in Asia when I was 19 and completely fell in love with diving! I went on to get my bachelors in conservation biology & marine science. Diving has allowed me to be apart of reef transplantation projects, and study shark & fish behavior ecology in multiple places around the world. I love diving, and I’m currently working on furthering my experience as a diver!

julia@sea2seascuba.com

Campbell Reavis

Campbell Reavis

Retail Associate, Divemaster

I am currently getting a degree in finance and accounting from the University of Arizona. When I am not working on my degree, I spend all my time under the water or working in the shop. I have been diving since I was 13 and became a divemaster in 2020. I look forward to getting my instructor and technical ratings. Some of my favorite spots to dive are Cozumel, Belize, and Grand Cayman. Go Wildcats!

campbell@sea2seascuba.com

Skip Harris

Skip Harris

IDC Staff Instructor

I just celebrated my 25th anniversary as a PADI scuba instructor. I am currently rated as a tec deep and IDC Staff Instructor. I enjoy teaching kids and Scouts. You can find me most often diving in the Bahamas, Florida Keys or the Caribbean. My cold water days diving tech deep wrecks on the East coast are over and I much prefer introducing new divers to the wrecks of the Bahamas.

skip@sea2seascuba.com

Jeff Citadino

Jeff Citadino

Divemaster

I was born and raised right here in Arizona. I joined the Army Reserve while still in high school and served 8 years before getting out. If I had known then what I know now I would have joined the Navy to be a Navy Diver. I had always wanted to try SCUBA diving, but for some reason never did. I finally fell into it when I was referred to a shop to buy a SCUBA tank so I could fill paintball tanks out in the field. Once I walked in the door it was over. I saw all of the gear and thought, “Oh this is so me!” I booked a Discover SCUBA experience and got my first taste of what it was like to remain underwater for an extended period of time. I was hooked.

jeff@sea2seascuba.com

Krystal Mullen

Krystal Mullen

Retail Associate

I never thought becoming a diver was a possibility for me, so the thought didn’t cross my mind until a friend had me try a Discover Scuba. I was instantly in love with being under water. I became Open Water certified in 2014. The desire to increase my knowledge and to be more comfortable while diving lead me to complete the Advanced Open Water and Rescue Diver course, as well as many other PADI specialty courses. Continuing in my education and love for diving, I am now pursuing my first professional level and becoming a Dive Master.

krystal@sea2seascuba.com