Alan C Egan (alancegan) Alan C. Egan departed Manchester UK in 1984 to live in Miami Florida, this is where his love affair with the ocean and diving began. With over 5,000 dives in the USA, Central & South America, Caribbean and Bahamas, Alan has been provided a multitude of breath taking moments. This website showcases only a fraction of those moments, but we hope you enjoy! Cheers!
Albert Li (Albert) Albert Li is the Founder of Scuba for Change, a social enterprise that ensures 100% of its profits reinvested in local people & their communities in developing nations in need of social change. In his day job, Albert is currently the Business Development Manager for BP, strategy development and execution, leading domestic and international sales teams, investments, mergers and acquisitions activities and successful new business start-ups are some of Albert's strengths. PADI Divemaster
Andrey Shpatak (SHAG) I live and dive in the north of the Sea of Japan, about 500 km from Vladivostok. My first dive scuba was in 1977 in the Rudnaya Bay. I have more than 4,000 log the dives now. MSDT PADI instructor #621296 since 2010. Underwater photographer since 1998.
Arnico Lumangyao Cartalla (CelestialBeing) I am a Dive Master ans an amateur underwater photographer
Bill Miller (millerbill3) NAUI Scuba Diver
Bori Bennett (Boribennett) SDI-TDI-ERDI Solo Diver
Brandi Mueller (Brandi) Diving and photography are my passions and I've been lucky enough to be diving since I was 15 years old. Currently I'm a PADI IDC Staff Instructor and have been instructing in the Caribbean, Hawaii, and the South Pacific for 9 years and have a USCG captain's license. I love sharing the underwater world through words and pictures and whenever possible, showing people my favorite dive sites. PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor
Bryan Swanson (SubmergedPhotography) As a biologist and underwater photographer of over 14 years my true love is bringing the beauty of sea life to the eyes of everyone. I have photographed reef systems all over the world and have seen first hand why marine conservation is extremely important. Overfishing and pollution from runoff are just a couple examples of human impact destroying marine ecosystems. I believe we can stop this destruction through education and bringing local governments around the world to focus on marine conservation. I hope my pictures help with educating and influencing a love for marine life. My fiancé Jen and I are traveling to the Philippines in May for our Honeymoon and can't wait for some amazing diving.
Chris Paparo (FishGuyPhotos) Born and raised on Long Island (New York), I have been exploring the wilds of the island for over 30 years. As a wildlife photographer, writer and lecturer, I enjoy bringing public awareness to the diverse wildlife that calls the island home. My passion for coastal ecology, fishing and the outdoors led me to obtain a BS in Marine Science from LIU/Southampton and I currently manage the new Marine Sciences Center at the Southampton campus of Stony Brook University. In addition to freelance writing for several fishing and wildlife related publications, I currently writes the monthly Naturalist’s Logbook column for the NY/NJ edition of On The Water Magazine. Although my work tends to focus on marine life, everything in the natural world is fair game. Follow @fishguyphotos on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or by visiting my website at www.fishguyphotos.com