Tudor Watch Advertorial For Jocks & Nerds

Some quick thinking was involved for the Tudor Pelagos shoot for Jocks&Nerds Magazine. Ian at FreediveUK was the instigator behind setting up the shoot and a few days before it was scheduled I broke my fibula surfing! We had Mark Milburn’s boat ‘Stingray’ chartered, the representative for Tudor and magazine editor for J&N were booked […]

Problems and solutions for a freediving cameraman

Introduction I am basing this blog on a talk I did for my AIDA freediving instructor course and hope it may be useful as an overview to anyone else taking their camera underwater. Assuming you have a good understanding of manual controls on a DSLR and are a competent diver, I want to “dive deeper” […]

The Wild Weekenders

The Wild Weekenders on Channel 4 Ian @ freediveuk gave me a bell one morning, asking if I would be interested in filming the underwater footage for Little Gem’s new series, called The Wild Weekenders airing this Friday on Channel 4 at 8pm (14th April 2017) The series explores some of the more unusual activities […]

Gin’s & Fin’s | Mermaids at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth

Gin’s & Fin’s | Mermaids at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Craig Brook-Hewitt @ Mothers Ruin 1751 is the brainchild behind “Gin’s & Fins” held at Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium last weekend. Craig, being an environmentalist was keen to use the venue, as it encompassed his values for marine protection and of course his other passion – gin. The […]

Freediving Photography Workshop GOZO 2017

I am delighted we will be returning to Gozo again this year and offering this one-of-a-kind workshop. Gozo is an underwater photographer’s paradise. In under 4 hours you can fly to Malta, where the Mediterranean blue waters offer a plethora of shooting opportunities from underwater caves to sunken ships. There is also a good chance of capturing the […]

Underwater Photography Course For Freedivers.

This course is designed for competent divers with a minimal AIDA 1* qualification and a basic understanding of manual settings on a DSLR camera. The group will be a maximum of 4 people, keeping the ratio to students low for a more in depth learning experience. I have 2 full frame Nikon DSLRs and their […]