Looking up at an underwater videographer swimming alongside a Manta Ray. The perfect day!
Diver cruises over a pink sea fan on Tubbataha's pristine reefs.
Jade is stunning (as usual) as she models for me on a dive in Tubbataha.
A well-policed marine reserve in Tubbataha has created a pristine marine environment where creatures such as this Green Turtle can thrive without human interference.
Photographer William Tan gazes up at a huge ball of Barracuda.
A majestic Reef Manta Ray glides by us.
A Titan Triggerfish is oblivious to my presence as it is caught up in a feeding frenzy.
Jade poses for the camera during a safety stop.
The protection provided by a year round marine ranger team is clearly working in Tubbataha national marine park.
A White-tip Reef Shark passes close on our night dive.
One of the great things about underwater photography is how you can bring out the natural colours of the reef using your strobes.
A pair of Butterfly Fish flutter by on their daily errands.
Tubbataha's no take zone has paid huge dividends and can be seen in the abundance of fish.
Deep along Tubbataha's underwater cliffs, Jade keeps her eyes peeled for action in the blue.
Sun, blue water and a healthy reef - this is my definition of heaven.
Like most of us, this Hawksbill Turtle is oblivious to any distractions whilst it feeds.
Our dive leader Bo strikes a pose.
The sun shines down on a reef bursting with colour.
Divers descend during our first dive in Tubbataha.