Fri, Dec 14

I'm always excited when the postman delivers the new issue of Sport Diving magazine all the way from Australia.  The new issue (155) landed on my hall floor a couple of days ago and contains my article 'Mid Atlantic Whaling', which is about the trip I...

Fri, Dec 14

I've been extremely hectic lately and haven't managed to keep up with my Ocean Realm Images blog too well.  On the plus side, I have been blogging for lots of other people, mostly about my amazing trip aboard Wakatobi Dive Resort's live-aboard...

Sun, Oct 14

I just received the new issue of Sport Diving Magazine in the post, which includes my article about diving the fantastic island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, entitled 'Sulawesi Odyssey'.  Sulawesi has it all, the north is undoubtedly the best muck...

Sun, Oct 14

I was really pleased to have my image 'Lost in Space', of a tail-spot blenny (Ecsenius stigmatura) on a soft coral, placed as a finalist in the ANZANG Nature Photography competition this year.  I...

Thu, Sep 13

A Filipino Degustation with Atlantis Dive Resorts

The Philippines has been high on my list of places to visit for a long time, but until now it had somehow eluded me.  I have spent plenty of time diving its southern neighbour, Indonesia, but for some reason I had always...

Wed, Aug 08

For the fourth time this year I'm very excited to have the cover shot for Sport Diving Magazine.  It's always very exciting to have a shot on the front cover of a magazine.  Sadly, however, I'm in the UK at the moment so I can't linger in newsagents waiting for someone to pick up a copy!

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Wed, Jul 11

Continuing my Reef Creature Behaviour series, which started with 'Something got your Tongue?', this week I will be answering the question: how do flamboyant cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) mate...

Tue, Jul 03

Observing natural behaviours whilst underwater is one of the main reasons that I love diving so much.  Whilst staying at Kasawari Resort in Lembeh Strait, Indonesia for a week in January I came across something very special and unique...

Tue, Jul 03

This news is slightly overdue, but I'm really pleased to officially announce that my images are now represented by NHPA.  NHPA is one of the world's premier wildlife and natural history image libraries and will be stocking a wide variety of my...

Mon, Apr 23

Ghost pipefishes are masters of disguise.  In fact they may have some of the best disguises in the sea, which range from uncanny mimicry of leaves, crinoids, algae to sponges and seagrass.  It is quite a challenge to find some of these little gems but well worth the hours scrutinising every...

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