Underwater Life in Byron Bay, Australia
Growing up in Byron Bay, the ocean was a part of life. Every afternoon I would get home and go surfing and I have always had a love for the town’s inhabitants. When I was a child my mother would buy me disposable underwater cameras and I would spend hours photographing my friends surfing and capturing the fish around the surf break. After realizing my passion for capturing life under the water was growing, I decided to pursue it as a career and I haven’t looked back.
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Aerial productions from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
Byron Bay is the most easterly point of Australia and has a huge marine reserve which is full of amazing creatures.
Blue skies, light south winds with a light south ocean current.
The large amount of seasonal marine life.
The bush walks, whale watching and pristine beaches.