Fergus Kennedy is an underwater film-maker, photographer and marine biologist. He has worked and dived around the world, but has a particular interest in the marine life of the Arabian Region and Red Sea. His photographs have been published in a number of books on the region and in numerous magazines and papers including the Sunday Telegraph and Sport Diver Magazine. He was recently Highly Commended in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards (2008). His underwater video footage has been broadcast on BBC World and on German network TV.
Fergus is currently working on a freelance basis on a number of public awareness projects and on commercial consultancy projects as a marine environment specialist.
Wow, wonderful photography! Basic question: how did you get airborn? And who took the first sequence, in which it zooms back away from your face?