Join Sport Diver’s David Espinosa and Photographer Keri Wilk at the Tobago Photosafari
(DiverWire) Join Sport Diver Editor-in-Chef David Espinosa and renowned professional underwater photographer Keri Wilk in Tobago!
Drift dive some of the healthiest reefs in the world, see the world’s largest brain coral, get up close and personal with sharks, turtles and rays, explore lush tropical rainforests, and capture the week using a SeaLife DC1400 camera.
WHEN: July 6-13, 2013
WHO: You, Sport Diver Brand Director David Espinosa, professional underwater photographer Keri Wilk
WHAT: Up to three dives a day + photo seminars at night. Participants will be given a SeaLife DC1400 camera to try for the week, and three lucky photographers will win one camera each.
PRICE: $1,525 per person (based on double occupancy) + airfare
About David Espinosa
David Espinosa is the Brand Director of Sport Diver Global, which currently includes Sport Diver and Sport Diver Asia Pacific magazines, covering the world of the PADI Diving Society. While he oversees Sport Diver’s global presence as Brand Director, he is also Editor-in-Chief of Sport Diver and Sport Diver Asia Pacific.
With 24 years in the dive industry — including four years as a live-aboard Cruise Director in Indonesia and eight years as Editor for both Asian Diver and Scuba Diver AustralAsia magazines in Singapore — he has seen thousands of spectacular underwater images, has been a judge for several international photo competitions, and has countless dive stories to tell from his life as a diving professional. In 2012, David visited Tobago for the first time for the country’s Underwater Carnival, but is aching to get back. You can see his short video on the 2012 Underwater Carnival here.
About Keri Wilk
Even at the tender age of 28, Keri has already accumulated 18 years of underwater photography experience. He began his career by shooting images to be used primarily in ReefNet’s electronic marine-life field-guides, but soon grew bored of the monotony of clinical side-profile identification shots. Wanting more from his time underwater, he expanded his photographic horizons, hoping to capture images of interesting and unusual behaviors in the underwater world. His success in this field was impressive, winning him several international underwater photo competitions while still a teenager.
Keri’s work has appeared in countless magazines, scientific journals, field guides, books, and museums. His images have garnered well over 100 awards in international underwater photography competitions.
To learn more about Tobago, visit Sport Diver’s Trinidad & Tobago destination guide.
To book, call Caradonna Dive Adventures at 800-328-2288 or visit Caradonna.com.