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10th Annual Marine Science Forum 2019

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Club Sapphire

119 Main Street

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The Underwater and Marine Photographic & Film Festival

Featuring passionate and award winning photographers and film makers showcasing their amazing work and sharing it with us. Come listen, look and learn all about the beautiful underwater and marine world via incredibly stunning images and film in this incredible event brought to you by the Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre.


Introducing our very special guest presenters for this years forum:


Sheree Marris SCMDC Annual Marine Science Forum

SHEREE MARRIS -presents the entertainingly titled: “High speed – Feeding, fighting and fornicating”
See how using high-speed videography is revealing the secrets of some the oceans most fascinating animals in spectacular detail. Think the fastest biological processes on the planet, feeding strategies of the world’s deadliest animals and epic orgies that would make any land lover blush!!

If Sheree had her choice, she would have gills instead of lungs, a breath hold to rival the sperm whale and a sparkly green mermaid-esque tail. Since she doesn’t she spends most of her time blowing bubbles and developing innovative environmental projects and bridging the gap between science and the public. A marine biologist Sheree is one of Australia’s most passionate and dynamic science communicators sharing her quit wit and humour of the natural world through radio talk-back, television appearances and producing documentaries. She’s also a former Young Australian of the Year and award-winning author with several publications including KamaSEAtra – Secrets of Sex in the Sea, a humorous read about the unique reproductive methods of sea creatures and the parallels they share with humans.

Seadragon, by Richard Wylie Annual Marine Science Forum SCMDC

Richard Wylie’s Seadragon

RICHARD WYLIE presents Zen and the Art of Seadragon Maintenance”.
Richard is an award winning Australian Geographic photographer and lecturer at Monash University with a shared passion and love for our oceans and the myriad of marine creatures that live in the watery realms of our planet.
http://www.marinecentre.info/national-geographic-grand-prize-win-for-richard-wylie

PT Hirschfield, aka Pink Tank Scuba Annual Marine Science Forum SCMDC

Love every day as though you might Dive – PT Hirschfield

PT HIRSCHFIELD also known as Pink Tank Scuba, is a writer, photographer and lives by the motto, “Live every day as though you might dive”, PT’s thought-provoking title, The Scuba Vs Tumour Adventures of PT Hirschfield (aka Pink Tank Scuba), is sure to capture your heart and mind.

PT Hirschfield is a real life Mermaid, scuba magazine writer and award winning underwater photographer who is passionate about sharing images and stories from her regular marine life encounters. Her goal is to foster greater awe and understanding of all that lies beneath the ocean’s surface, encouraging others to develop a greater sense of custodianship towards the ocean’s hidden treasures. PT believes that bridging the disconnect between ourselves and the ocean can play a vital role in our health and well-being, both on an individual level and for the health of the planet as a whole

Kieran, Ian and David - team UnderseaROVAnnual Marine Science Forum SCMDC

UNDERSEA ROV team DAVID ROWLAND, IAN & KIEREN HOLMES will be be presenting the humorously titled, “Urchin Action. Kelp me Omega-3……you are my only hope. Filming for the future of us all.” Despite the self-confessed nerdy title, the subject matter is much more serious as the undeseaROV team shine a light on the urchin barren problem in our area. Weather permitting, we hope to share with forum participates a live feed from ROV in water, to landlubbers on seats – showing a snapshot of underwater classroom possibilities and education to the big screen (as seen in Through the Garden of Eden shown recently at the Eden Fisherman’s Club)

Peter Hannan Annual Marine Science Forum SCMDC

PETER HANNAN – Sapphire Coast local photographer and ocean conservation advocate, Peter spends several months a year living and photographing some truly incredible scenery in Iceland.
Join Peter at the “Underwater and marine Photographic and Film Festival” where he will share some of his stunning images and talk about the impacts of humans as he has observed over the years in Iceland.

David Rogers

DAVID ROGERS Sapphire Coast local and self described “over enthusiastic landscape photographer”, took out the #8 most viral image last year on Australia.com page with his stunning picture of bio luminescence in Tathra. David’s mini-presentation titled “‘The Impact of Photography for Social Media” will explore how powerful and thought-provoking imagery viewed on social media can change the way we view and appreciate our world.

Louise Kelly SCMDC ANnual marine science forum 2019

LOUISE KELLY – of Louise Kelly Seascapes and Underwater portraits, is a local Eden marine underwater photographer, ocean lover and mum who captures incredible images via her underwater Portraits, Surf Photography, and Dive Photography, along the pristine waters of the Sapphire Coast and beyond.

The SCMDC are excited to be welcoming award-winning, talented and passionate underwater and marine-themed photographers to share with us their passion of the oceans, seas and water-ways through their stunning visuals and personal, inspirational and heart-warming stories. Join us for a forum to remember.

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