The Star Shark



Ibiza and the Dry-suit Upgrade.

The Emerald Island has been very kind to me indeed thus far, but she was a little cold at first. Time to put some thicker skin on!   The water temperature for the early summer months here in Eivissa is around 18-19°C, so a rather chilly change from the tropical water's I grew up in. … Continue reading Ibiza and the Dry-suit Upgrade.

The Two Oceans.

I visited Cape Town awhile ago and while there were many opportunities to go diving there I figured that it would be a new experience to dive in a completely controlled environment, to photograph amazing animals and get a sneak peak at the spaces and perspectives few can see. I dived the Two Oceans Aquarium. … Continue reading The Two Oceans.

Alien Shallows.

A few weeks ago I had some time off during the day and realized that alot of the photography I had been doing was only during my dives. I thought I'd change it up abit and do some very shallow water photography, and when I say shallow, I mean tidal pools less that a meter … Continue reading Alien Shallows.


With the Introduction of the new Camera, I had noticed that there were certain things that managed to appear with each submersion, and more prominently took the form of Octopus and Cuttlefish. What I mean to say is, I had seen more Octopus and cuttle fish and photographed them with relative ease, moreso than I … Continue reading Cephalopods

Shooting with the new Housing.

Well as you can imagine I was devastated when my AW130 ended up flooding in August. If you ask any U/w photography enthusiast about their biggest fear I'm sure they'll tell you about their housings flooding and killing their cameras rather than the fear of heights or spiders. Crippling depression ensued, no amount of memes … Continue reading Shooting with the new Housing.