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David Doubilet

Chinstrap and gentoo penguins were resting on a bergy bit near Danco Island, Antarctica. They carefully gauged my presence in the water as a potential predator. Once they decided I was harmless they lept into the water and circled their tiny island of ice more curious than cautious.

BIO: David Doubilet is a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic Magazine producing over 75 feature publications ranging from the equator to beneath the polar ice. David enters the sea as a journalist, artist and explorer to document the beauty and devastation in our oceans.

Doubilet has spent over 27,000 hours in the sea capturing a hidden world beneath the surface since he first put his Brownie Hawkeye camera in a rubber anesthesiologist’s bag at the age of twelve. Doubilet believes that photography has the power to educate, honor, humiliate, illuminate and influence change.

David is honored to be the recipient of many esteemed photographic awards, The Academy of Achievement Award, The Lennart Nilsson Award and The Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award. He was named a Contributing Photographer-in-Residence at the National Geographic, a NOGI Fellow and is a member of both the Royal Photographic Society, International Diving Hall of Fame and a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers. David Doubilet is honored to be a Rolex Testimonee since 1994.

WEBSITE: underseaimagesinc.com
INSTAGRAM: @DavidDoubilet
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Chinstrap and gentoo penguins were resting on a bergy bit near Danco Island, Antarctica. They carefully gauged my presence in the water as a potential predator. Once they decided I was harmless they lept into the water and circled their tiny island of ice more curious than cautious. <br />
<br />
BIO: David Doubilet is a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic Magazine producing over 75 feature publications ranging from the equator to beneath the polar ice. David enters the sea as a journalist, artist and explorer to document the beauty and devastation in our oceans. <br />
<br />
Doubilet has spent over 27,000 hours in the sea capturing a hidden world beneath the surface since he first put his Brownie Hawkeye camera in a rubber anesthesiologist’s bag at the age of twelve. Doubilet believes that photography has the power to educate, honor, humiliate, illuminate and influence change. <br />
<br />
David is honored to be the recipient of many esteemed photographic awards, The Academy of Achievement Award, The Lennart Nilsson Award and The Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award. He was named a Contributing Photographer-in-Residence at the National Geographic, a NOGI Fellow and is a member of both the Royal Photographic Society, International Diving Hall of Fame and a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers. David Doubilet is honored to be a Rolex Testimonee since 1994.<br />
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WEBSITE: underseaimagesinc.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @DavidDoubilet