Award-winning photojournalist Brian Skerry specializes in bringing the most fantastic scenes from underwater up to the surface for the rest of us to enjoy. His closeups and animal portraits are both abstractly beautiful and scientifically fascinating.
His images of damaged reefs, thriving ecosystems, and close-encounters with wildlife have inspired people, and helped lead to the creation of Marine Protected Areas around the world. They are also gathered in his new National Geographic book, Ocean Soul in stores and online now.
Brian will also be presenting photos from Ocean Soul in a National Geographic Live! event this Monday in Washington, D.C.
While he’s here at NG Headquarters, he’ll be joining us for a live conversation with you on the National Geographic Facebook page Monday, November 14 at 2:30pm ET (7:30pm UTC). Post your questions there or in the comments section of this blog post. Then tune in for the live interview and post more questions as the conversation develops.
To start your brain thinking of what you’d like to ask this renowned photographer, take a look at some of his recent work from National Geographic magazine, and watch the video below to hear him talk about catching the spectacular image above.