Theresa Guise ()
Theresa Guise is an award-winning photographer who uses her images to promote conservation of our planet and the animals within. The marriage of marine biology and photography started in 2006 when Theresa learned scuba diving and underwater photography. Since then, this passion has taken her world-wide to experience different microenvironments beneath the sea; which parallel her study of cancer microenvironments as a physician-scientist. Her photographs have appeared in The Guardian, National Geographic, Cosmopolitan, Daily Express, Scuba Diving, Live Science, RealClear, SeaUnseen, and Earth Touch; including cover image for Nature Medicine. She has won awards in Underwater Photographer of the Year and Deep Indonesia international competitions. She presents lectures on shark conservation and uses underwater imagery in her scientific presentations and publications. She shoots with Canon DSLR bodies 5DM3 and 5Ds in Subal underwater housing using strobes by Inon and Ikelite.