Imagery born of the world's oceans- colorful and creative, dramatic and effective. A top specialist in the field of underwater photography brings you a comprehensive collection of whales, dolphins, sharks, pinnipeds, fish and invertebrates, scuba divers, environmental issues, and many other subjects above and beneath the waves. Knowledgeable staff delivers personal, professional service to editorial and advertising clients worldwide.
Marine Photography by Brandon Cole
Brandon Cole is a full-time professional wildlife photographer and writer specializing in the marine environment worldwide.
What does this mean? That he lives underwater, commutes by boat, and keeps company with great white sharks, killer whales, and spawning salmon. That he is constantly creating dramatic new imagery for you. That his library has the pictures you need- jumping dolphins, colorful coral reefs, giant octopus, seahorses, manatees, kelp forests, schooling fish, scuba divers, and just about anything else that has flippers or fins and lives beneath the waves. That his team has the knowledge to answer your questions, the experience to help you complete your photo research on-time, and the skill to bring back the shots on assignment which make your customers and viewers say "Wow!"
That he looks forward to the opportunity to work with you!
His award-winning photography has appeared in hundreds of publications globally. Select magazine credits include The National Geographic Magazine, Smithsonian, GEO, The New York Times, Popular Photography, Stern, and Outside. His work has been featured on more than 280 covers. He has completed assignment work for clients as diverse as Alaska Airlines, The BBC, Discovery Channel Books, Stern, and television's "Wild Things". His photography has been published in hundreds of books (including solo books), calendars (25+ publishers, including many exclusives), cards and posters, electronic products, advertising, exhibits, and other media with clients such as AT&T, The Cousteau Society, Encyclopedia Britannica, HP, Microsoft, The National Geographic Society, The National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific Life Insurance, The Sierra Club, and World Wildlife Fund.