Diving with a swarm of sea lions really keeps you on your toes! Take a look at some stills and footage from a very fun encounter with over 50 sea … Continue reading Sea Lion Party!
This weekend, I participated in the Monterey Shootout, an underwater photography competition that brought tons of talented divers out to shoot the colorful marine fauna of Monterey Bay. I had … Continue reading Monterey Shootout 2017
Had so much fun working with these intelligent, beautiful, & strong females to showcase Katherine Terrell’s Jeux de Vagues swimwear, made of recycled plastic. Her slogan is “Hot Bikinis for … Continue reading Jeux de Vagues’ eco-friendly bikinis for a warming planet.
Here’s a video I put together to summarize one of the best weeks of my life. I was so happy to share California’s kelp forests & wild islands with one … Continue reading A love letter to California’s underwater ecosystems
Our trip took us as far North as Coral Bay (23.1447° S, 113.7764° E) and as far south as Bremer Bay (34.3940° S, 119.3760° E). We spent 8 nights staying … Continue reading 5,000 kilometers later: A voyage along the Western Australian coast
Here is a video showing the Fijian underwater scenes: Some macro photography while freediving, wide shots of sharks, soft coral, sunsets, and people. Enjoy!
Video of the underwater scene in Fiji: Photos from two dives in Beqa Lagoon, with Fiji’s famous soft corals.
Here are a couple photos from a shark dive led by the talented Aquatrek team in Pacific Harbour, who give a portion of their proceeds to a local village to help … Continue reading Beqa Lagoon, Fiji Shark Dive
Exploring the nooks and crannies of the Palos Verdes shoreline.
February and March were full of travel, between site visits, meetings, and interviews in San Diego, Chicago, MIT, Woods Hole, Durham, Beaufort, Santa Cruz, and Berkeley. Here are photos from … Continue reading Grad School Site Visits & Interviews
Enjoying the incredible macro-photography opportunities in Anilao, Batangas, Philippines. Bargibant’s pygmy seahorse – Hippocampus bargibanti : This seahorse was about 5 mm tall. You can see his small black eye … Continue reading Anilao, Philippines