Our resident photo guru has a true passion for teaching and learning about photography. Steve isn't afraid to try any offbeat technique in search of "the shot."
Ken's photography speaks a love of water and a love of travel. Whether he's shooting a swim team or a school of sharks, his work captures life in action.
Legends say she is an airforce pilot who discovered lost WWII wrecks. We know for sure that she has a penchant for underwater photography... the rest who knows?
Jenna shoots beautiful underwater fine art photography in the unusual setting of Billings, Montana. Plus she shares her trade secrets through regular workshops.
From South Africa to Norway, Jacques' freediving skills allow him to create underwater video that captures the energy of the ocean in a beautifully natural way.
Erena practices photography as healing therapy for cancer survivors. The transformative photo sessions help her subjects regain lost confidence and self esteem.
It's better in the Bahamas, where Elena reimagines fairytales and captures the mystical calm of the seas using her daughter and friends as her ethereal models.
From fossils to bike trails to producing furniture out of driftwood. And somehow he also finds time to bring his boundless enthusiasm to underwater photography!
We're pretty sure David is the hardest working man in underwater photography. The only underwater photographer to be featured on the cover of LIFE magazine.
Rafal's underwater fashion photography has a magical, dreamlike quality, often perfectly punctuated by his favorite red-headed model (and wife Krysia Makiela).
"Mr. Slave Strobe" is a master of light, using strobes to paint his vision onto the walls of underwater caves as if setting the stage for a theater production.
Roberto and Bella are up for any adventure, whether it takes them to the bottom of the sea or the top of a mountain. We can't wait to see where they'll be next!
With sirens singing in your backyard, who could resist the call of the sea? Shawn's work promotes environmental awareness and conservation in his native Roatan.
His book Underwater Dogs became an international sensation. We hear he's working on Underwater Cats but having more trouble getting his subjects into the water!
With elaborate sets and costuming, Margaret's work brings a wonderfully grand sense of scale to every scene from fine art to glamour, maternity to boudoir.
Philippe's underwater fashion photography oozes rawness and vitality. An adventurer at heart, his work connects with tales of beautiful seductresses of the sea.