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Lorna Dockerill

Lorna Dockerill
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Lorna fell in love with scuba diving back in 2011 during a trip to Thailand and Australia. Having always dreamt of seeing a sea turtle in the wild, her dream was realised on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef while training to become a certified diver. Since then she’s developed a passion for the natural world, writing about wildlife photography – both the on land and underwater kind – for the past eight years.
Underwater Photographer of the Week Paul ‘Duxy’ Duxfield

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Paul ‘Duxy’ Duxfield

How did you get started in underwater photography? Totally by accident in the early 90s. I was helping a friend edit an underwater video about...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Fabrice Guerin

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Fabrice Guerin

How did you get started in underwater photography? From a young age, I’ve been passionate about wildlife documentaries. That world is fascinating because nature is...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Steve Jones

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Steve Jones

How did you get started in underwater photography? I bought my first underwater camera while working as a professional diving instructor in the Red Sea...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Victoria Walker

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Victoria Walker

How did you get started in underwater photography? My love of snorkelling and marine life kicked off my interest in underwater photography. I started my...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Jessica Farrer

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Jessica Farrer

How did you get started in underwater photography? My father had The Ocean World of Jacques Cousteau book set on the lowest level of our...

Video of the Week: Freediving Inside Zenobia wreck

This week's video comes from Daan Verhoeven and features UK freediver Georgina Miller dive the famous Zenobia wreck and enter the bridge at 26m...
Emperor Elite ‘Redefined’

Emperor Elite ‘Redefined’

Emperor Elite has set sail for 2019 after an extensive dry dock. The 38m liveaboard has been fully refurbished, which makes this Red Sea...
Synchronised Swimmers Make Stand Against Ocean Plastic Waste

Synchronised Swimmers Make Stand Against Ocean Plastic Waste

Two teenage synchronised swimmers have made a stand against plastic pollution by performing in a plastic-filled pool.  School students Kate Shortman (17) and Isabelle Thorpe...

Video of the Week: Scuba Diving Belize

Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, Belize is known for its jungle and its diving. In this travel vlog from...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Ken Kiefer

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Ken Kiefer

How did you get started in underwater photography?  When trying to show friends and family the splendour of the underwater world, to try and peak...

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