I am a PhD student in the University of Queensland and my research is in the field of marine biology. Coincidentally, I am also a nature photographer and cinematographer, and I don't like writing about myself in third person.
Ultimately, I want people to see the surrounding world in a more complex way and realize that we are just a small part of it.
You can either write directly to my email or use the contact form:
Update: I am currently receiving a lot of messages and might be slow at replying. Apologies if I left something out and do send me reminders if it happens.
Take into account that I am extremely busy having careers in science, photography, and cinematography and you need to approach me well in advance with time-consuming projects.
Ocean lovers should also visit our Ocean Ark Alliance store that features top ocean artists and some of their exclusive works. The site is currently under construction.
Please care about the dying reefs!
The oceans are in very bad state, suffer from overfishing, global warning, oil and mining industry greed, and poor management in most countries, including, surprisingly Australia whose government approved large-scale industrialization of the Great Barrier Reef. Even without this additional pressure, the reef will not last another 3 decades.
Please visit Australian Marine Conservation Society and support their activity.
Lastly, don't blame China and South-East Asian counties for pollution, lack of recycling, and poor environmental management. These countries might have the worst environmental problems in the world. But you want your smartphones, cameras, computers, and screens, you want them in better quality, and you want them cheap. Not to mention cheap travel. That is part of the world where your desires are made and that is the price we all pay for the cheap technology.