National Geographic Emerging Explorer and Archaeologist, Daniel Torres Etayo, works in terrestrial and underwater environments expanding knowledge about ancient societies in Cuba. Most recently, Daniel Torres has been working with a submerged shipwreck near Havana. In the future, Torres plans to dive local caves or “casimbas”, in search of archaeological evidence of the ancient Taino people that inhabited Cuba prior to Spanish contact. His work takes him to remote and dangerous places and when it comes to safety, he relies the best. That’s why he wears his Bluetech Master when conducting research. Daniel is an associate researcher and archeologist at University of Arts in Havana, Cuba and a member of the Scientific Committee of Cuban Federation of Subaquatic Activities.