Diving deep on the Coolidge, arguably the world’s best wreck dive


Vanuatu has long been a special place for me. It was probably the first place where I really sank my teeth into technical diving. At age 21, I moved to this South Pacific Island nation and worked as a dive master. On the island of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu’s northern and largest Island, I learnt what […]

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Diving in Milford Sound: A mystical diving experience in New Zealand


Diving in Milford Sound: A mystical diving experience in New Zealand   Milford Sound, also known as Piopiotahi, is a natural wonder located in the Fiordlands of New Zealand. Approximately 15 kilometres long, Milford Sound is nothing short of fairytale-like and oozes vibes of a prehistoric land before time. It’s no surprise the fiord was […]

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The manta rays of Baa Atoll, Maldives.


  Sometimes you come across a natural phenomenon that is almost too hard to put into words. A one-of-a-kind moment that truly is a result of everything being in sync. Hanifaru Bay, situated within Baa Atoll in the Maldives, is known as the largest manta feeding hotspot in the world. Here, beneath the turquoise waters […]

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Ningaloo: Western Australia’s coral coast


Western Australia’s coral coast is truly one of the greatest underwater playgrounds on the planet and home to the West’s beloved Ningaloo Reef. This World Heritage-listed reef stretches over 260 kilometres and is home to an array of marine life, including more than 500 species of fish, 250 species of coral, and the world’s largest […]

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Reef Restoration Foundation


The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system, but it has proven vulnerable to climate change. It’s estimated that the GBR has lost half of its coral cover over the past 40 years.   The Reef Restoration Foundation here in North Queensland, thankfully, are doing something about it. They are successfully growing […]

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Underwater: Byron Bay


I’ve always had a pretty special connection with Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers region of Australia. This most easterly point of Australia has long enticed travellers from all over the world with its laid back lifestyle and incredible beauty. In the past, I would always spend long periods of time in the region as […]

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Travel Journal: Lord Howe Island


My first job when I became a dive instructor in my early 20’s was on a small and relatively unknown island off Australia’s east coast. Lord Howe Island is a diver’s heaven and, during my seven years of working there seasonally, I came to know it as a second home. I compiled this travel journal […]

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Oceanographic Photographer of the Year Finalist


I am both rapt and totally humbled to say that I have been nominated as a finalist of the inaugural  in the first Oceanographic Photographer of the year competition www.oceanphotographyawards.com . My imagery from the series Light of the Arctic  has been recognised in the category of Adventure Photography. To not only be chosen alongside such […]

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One Drop Las Vegas Auction


Earlier this year in Las Vegas we auctioned off this piece of mine named #Abyss. All the proceeds went towards One Drop Foundation . An incredible charity working towards bringing sustainable access to safe water and sanitation for the world’s most vulnerable communities. After the success from the auction and the incredible response, I’ve decided to […]

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Return to the Great Barrier Reef


It really is incredible  to be back home here in Australia and have such an incredible play ground on our door steep. The Great Barrier Reef is not only noted as  largest living organism on earth but is also World Heritage listed and a source of constant underwater adventure. This beautiful resident is probably one […]

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