Freediving Namibia’s caves


A little snippet of a project I’m involved with filming freedivers in a remote cave in northern Namibia known as Harasib. Access to the cave is pretty tricky involving a scramble down a near-vertical rock face followed by a 50m abseil down a sheer drop to get to the water’s edge – and once you’re in the visibility is virtually endless. This was shot at a depth of 25m and the natural light created an ethereal vista for these divers to explore and dive in. This is only a tiny part of the project which will be shared over the next few months and all I can say is – look out because the imagery to come is nothing short of awe-inspiring!

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Production engineer and certified swim coach. Full-time IT consultant, spare-time swimming aficionado. 2 sons, 2 daughters and a wife. President of the Faroe Islands Swimming Association. Likes to run :-)

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