A photographic journey to the mecca of Brazilian diving, Fernando de Noronha, an offshore volcanic archipelago 200 miles off the Brazilian coast. Award-wining photographer and marine biologist André Seale presents 124 stunning photographs captioned in English and Portuguese in a beautifully laid-out book which is the first of its kind for this location. This book is the second of the "Over/Under" series, which depict remote and exotic dive destinations around the world with topside, split level and underwater photography subdivided in three main sections.
Uma viagem fotográfica à meca do mergulho no Brasil: Fernando de Noronha, um arquipélago oceânico de origem vulcânica a 200 milhas da costa brasileira. Produzido pelo premiado fotógrafo de vida selvagem e biólogo marinho André Seale, o livro apresenta 124 imagens impactantes legendadas em inglês e português. Este livro é o segundo da série "Over/Under", que ilustra destinos exóticos e remotos do planeta e é dividido em três capítulos principais: fotografia terrestre, meio a meio, e subaquática.
Andre Seale has been photographing underwater environments and marine life since 1993, while pursuing his bachelor degree in marine biology, followed by a Ph.D. in comparative endocrinology. As a research scientist, author, freelance photographer and avid world traveler, Andre has made his base living in Brazil, Australia, South Korea, Florida and Hawaii over the last 15 years. Andre has participated in numerous scientific and photographic expeditions to tropical islands and atolls where besides photography he engages in surveying and monitoring marine life. Andre's images have been featured in hundreds of publications in over 50 countries and amongst his photographic awards is a winning entry at the 2006 Shell Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. A sample of his work can be viewed in his online gallery ArteSub.com