Bali, Indonesia 2010
Malapascua, Phillipines 2009
Bali, Indonesia 2009
Moorea Island, Tahiti,French Polynesia 2008 
Similan Island, Thailand 2008
Marsa Alam. Egypt 2007

The future is in the hands of those who explore… and from all the beauty they discover while crossing perpetually receding frontiers, they develop for nature and for humankind an infinite love.
Jacques Yves Cousteau  

Once a photographer, alway a photographer

What can be greater than to be in a place and environment that you love. My answer is probably to be able to capture it and share it with those who cannot be there – whether this is for our travelling, life events and even more so for the underwater world. We started our diving in Thailand some years ago. Since then, it literally put all of our on-land travelling in to a halt and all of our trips afterward became ocean orientated. We have found our new love in the ocean. Jacques Cousteau once said in the Time Magazine  ” man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free….Buoyed by water, he can fly in any direction — up, down, sideways — by merely flipping his hand. Under water, man becomes an archangel”   It is this sensation coupling with sense of exploration, seeing abundant and great diversity of wildlife that casted spell on us and keep bring us back to the big blue.

Being underwater poses a great obstacle to photography because the environment is very demanding both to your body and the equipments. Camera can be totally lost due to flooding in an instant. But why do I risk doing it? because what I want to bring back is not just pretty pictures, but to show you there is another world beneath that surface. It is not a hunting ground or universal sewer. Hopefully you agree with me that it is beautiful and worth keeping.

This is why and I am greatful to be able to see it, capture it and share it with you.