Kurt Arrigo: Underwater Photography #Celebratephotography
The Subaquatic Photography of Kurt Arrigo reminds us how extraordinary and strange the world is, via kurtarrigo
KURT HAS BEEN PASSIONATE ABOUT THE SEA FROM BIRTH. BORN ON THE CAPTIVATING MEDITERRANEAN ISLAND OF MALTA IN 1969, HE COUNTS DIVING, SAILING AND SWIMMING AMONG HIS FOREMOST PASSIONS. FITTINGLY, A SIGNIFICANT PART OF KURT’S CAREER AS A PHOTOGRAPHER HAS BEEN ENGAGED IN THE WATER. HIS EXPERTISE IN UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES HAS PUSHED BOUNDARIES IN THE FIELD, INSPIRING WORK THAT HAS SEEN HIM CAPTURE SUBJECTS AS DIVERSE AS GRACEFUL HORSES, STATE-OF-THE-ART MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR RACING BOATS AND CONSERVATION PROJECTS AIMED AT PROMOTING THE PROTECTION OF UNDERWATER LIFE AND THE PRESERVATION OF OUR SEAS.
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