My history in photography spans back to a Pentax K1000 camera and my own dark room where I spent many hours developing black and white film. Today I‘m the Principal Photographer for AfriOceans, covering all the organisation’s projects, including numerous photographic expeditions worldwide. In 2010 I was inducted into the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) as an Associate Member.
No truer words were spoken than that of a picture painting a thousand words; as a conservation photographer and videographer, I not only capture the beauty of the oceans but also their plight in order to provide a visually compelling argument in favor of why we need to conserve our oceans.
I am a judge for the Divesite photography competitions and I also teach photography: After many requests to help aspiring photographers, once a year I invite photographers to join me on one of my expeditions and to learn underwater photography from me. See Expeditions for more information.