female underwater photographer in wetsuit with pink snorkel at walpole bay tidal pool

Underwater photography

stories from our blue planet

Into the blue

Our blue planet is something that has always mesmerised me and after I got into paddle boarding, I decided to get an underwater camera set up, so that I could explore beneath the surface.

The seas around me in Thanet are not often very clear, apart from those rare moments where there are several days of no swell and the chalk particles in the water start to settle.

It is a different story in so many parts of the UK and snorkelling and sea swimming around Isle of Skye and Wester Ross has been jaw dropping. The clarity of the water is amazing and it is incredible to see so many different kinds of jellyfish floating along!

In 2002, I snorkelled in Silfra in Iceland, between two tectonic plates in the clearest water in the world. Fresh glacial water filtered through lava rock gives visibility of more than 100m!

And so this page begins as I explore so much of the world that we don't often get to see!

Exploring life under the surface


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Print Shop is an online collection of images, curated from moments in nature shot across the world.

They are printed at the UK's first carbon negative lab, ordered online and delivered directly to your door.

I donate 10% of the Print Shop profit to Marine Conservation Society.

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