Muck diving has gathered worldwide fame in recent years, underwater photographers and scuba diving enthusiasts will travel across the world to experience the weird and wonderful world of muck diving.
Luke Gordon is a conservation photographer and marine biologist from Kent, UK. He is currently based in Victoria, BC, Canada, over the years Luke has built up a passion for marine conservation & photography working around the world in countries such as Madagascar, Fiji, The Philippines, The Maldives, Indonesia & Ecuador, working with conservationists such as Dr.Andrea Marshall, WCS & WWF. Starting in 2008 Luke has worked consistently in the marine conservation sector for the last seven years, working for & with various NGO’s across the globe he has been heavily involved in empowering local communities to successfully manage their marine resources. In 2008 Luke worked with NGO’s in North Madagascar helping to establish MPA’s and assess the biodiversity on reefs in Diego Suarez Bay. 2009 & 2010 saw him work in Fiji for the first time conducting marine resource inventories around the western coast of Gau, during this time his love for photography started to grow, capturing the unique marine life around the island, including a resident population of M.alfredi (Reef Manta Ray).