Brian Skerry is a photojournalist who works for National Geographic Magazine, specializing in marine wildlife and underwater environments.
For the past 30 years, he has spent more than 10,000 hours underwater and has traveled around the world to find the most extreme underwater environments and creatures. He has encountered numerous sea creatures and captures their beauty in the most natural way.
From great white sharks and quicksilver tuna to dolphins and leatherback turtles, Skerry not only photographs these amazing creatures, but he also provides articles about them to educate people and raise awareness about conservation of the marine life as a whole.
Skerry also serves as a Marine Fellow with Conservation International, serves on the World Wildlife Fund’s National Council and the WWF’s Marine Leadership Council and on the Board of Directors of the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy.