Mark Webster developed his interest in underwater photography while working in the commercial diving industry. It quickly became a passion, and he was soon scoring highly in competitive photography. He has represented the UK four times at the CMAS World Championships of Underwater Photography (Sicily 1990, South Korea 1994, Minorca 1996, Norway 1998), achieving Silver and Bronze medals. He was Highly Commended in the BBC/British Gas Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, and had winning shots in the 2000 and 2002 Agfa Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Blue Earth 2000, Geographical Magazine Photographer of the Year 2000, Ocean Realm Magazine Marine Photo 2000, Diver Magazine Image 2001 and 2003, and Subios 2004. He is author of Beneath Cornish Seas. Other publications include The Art and Technique of Underwater Photography, Diving and Snorkeling Belize, and Passions: Scuba Diving. He writes regularly for Diver magazine in the UK, and his work has featured in many diving, photographic and wildlife publications, including: Diver, Dive International, Dive, Sport Diver, Scuba World, Scuba Dive and Travel, Tauchen, Underwater Photography, UWF, Oceans, Ocean Realm, Skin Diver, Scuba Diver, Sport Divers Journal, Asian Diver, Subsea, Amateur Photographer, Practical Photography, and Geographical Magazine. Mark regularly gives presentations on underwater photography at trade shows and seminars, including Visions in the Sea and the London International Dive Show.
Find out more about Mark and his work on his website.