Although I have been an adventurer for many years I first took up photography in 2012 when I was fortunate to work on a consulting project in Johannesburg. Whenever possible I would spend the weekend in the bush (even if it meant working on my laptop between game drives and at hides).
I learnt to dive over 20 years ago however a chance encounter with my now friend Michael AW at the airport in Johannesburg turned into an underwater photography obsession. I currently use a Nikon D3S with a variety of lenses and a Seacam underwater housing. I am a master diver and I try to spend several months a year underwater. I hope by taking and sharing photographs, I can inspire others to protect the wonder of the underwater world. Diving is my place of calm and silence in a hectic world. I currently live in Asia and my favourite dive locations (so far) are the Solomon Islands, Cocos Islands, Philippines, Indonesia (Raja Ampat), South Africa and the Azores. I love both wide angle and macro photography.
Publishing credits include NatGeo online, Ocean Geographic, BBC, and several scuba diving magazines. Winner Natures Best Africa Oceans, finalist Ocean Geographic, finalist Australian Geographic, 2nd place Asia Pacific Challenge, awarded Oztek, and 2nd place Australia Nikon portfolio.