“I aim to transport the viewer to a familiar yet extraordinary world,” says underwater photographer Jem Cresswell (@jemcresswell). He bought his first underwater camera when he was 17 years old. “I was immediately addicted and intrigued with the new world it opened up. Fourteen years on, nothing has changed,” says Jem, who lives on the desert coastline of South Australia. “I strive to learn from my mistakes and evolve my craft. Photography is a constant evolution.” He is currently working on a new series of portraits of humpback whales and an ongoing project capturing thunderstorms shot from the sea in New South Wales. “The ocean covers almost 72 percent of the world’s surface, and I love that there is still so much to be discovered,” says Jem.
Photo by @jemcresswell
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