Tag: photographer

  • Activist, Artist, & Photographer Benjamin Von Wong

    In episode twelve, host Brett Stanley is talking to Activist, Artist, and Photographer Benjamin Von Wong. Ben’s work is probably best described as epic, ranging from his earlier photography work which had him collaborating with amazing subjects around the world, to his latest installation work building incredible sculptures and artworks from unusual objects that hope to provoke and motivate people to take action on issues like recycling, child hunger, and of course our oceans.

    Whilst not a full time underwater photographer, Ben has created some incredible imagery with very little experience, and his journey from playing in a pool with friends to tying models to shipwrecks is really inspiring.

  • Fantasy Fine Art Photographer Cheryl Walsh

    In episode ten, underwater portrait photographer Cheryl Walsh joins host Brett Stanley to discuss her beautiful fine art and how she uses large format inkjet printers to really bring her photographs to life.

  • Lifestyle and Surf Photographer Sarah Lee

    In episode seven, host Brett Stanley is speaking with Hawaiian born surf and lifestyle photographer Sarah Lee. They chat about her life on the water, how she found her love for surf photography, and what it's like to photograph pro surfer Lakey Peterson for the cover of ESPN's The Body Issue!

  • Bahamian Underwater Photographer & Freediver Andre Musgrove

    In episode four host Brett Stanley chats with underwater freedive photographer Andre Musgrove about his life growing up in the Bahamas, photographing marine life and models together, the joys of living on a sailboat, and the problem with the Bahamian postal system.

  • South African Underwater Portrait Photographer Ilse Moore

    Ilse Moore is an underwater portrait photographer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her work is dark and dramatic, with an amazing use of colour and lighting.

    In this episode, Brett chats to Ilse about working in her underwater studio, how she creates the images she's known for, and what drives her to keep exploring. They discuss the challenges of building your own equipment, working with clients vs experienced underwater models, and how hard it is to convert feet in to meters in your head (2m = 6.5ft, by the way).