Arguably the most well-known underwater photographer in the world with an endless list of publications and awards: David Doubilet’s books are classics of photography, his work for National Geographic is legendary. And it all started when 12-year-old David took his first underwater pictures in New Jersey.
It’s been a while since his first picture appeared in National Geographic Magazine in 1972, but nowadays, we all know David as a living legend. A dedicated National Geographic Photographer, he has now spent five decades exploring and documenting developments in the most remote corners of the world, tropical coral reefs, beautiful freshwater lakes and the harsh habitats beneath the polar ice.
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David Doubilet lives and works near New York City, USA. He is the co-editor of several publications and author of 12 book titles and his numerous photographic awards include Picture of the Year, BBC Wildlife, Communication Arts and World Press Awards. David is a member of the Academy of Achievement, the Royal Photographic Society, the International League of Conservation Photographers and the International Diving Hall of Fame. He was named a National Geographic Contributing Photographer-in-Residence in 2001, is the recipient of the Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award for Scientific Photography and has been an Official Rolex Ambassador since 1994.