Coral reefs, historic shipwrecks, ocean predators and exotic marine creatures are for many a hobby or dream but to David Doubilet, part and parcel of a passion and way of life that has now spanned five decades. The passion to create a visual voice for the world’s oceans and share with others the incredible beauty as well as silent devastation in the ‘invisible’ world below, continues to drive this legendary underwater photographer, who has shot over 70 stories for National Geographic.

Kicking off the inaugural National Geographic Live this August in Singapore, the first time the learning series is presented in Asia, the 67-year-old will open the audience’s eyes to the astounding breadth of marine biodiversity in Papua New Guinea’s Kimbe Bay, the Gulf of St. Lawrence in south-eastern Canada and the Antarctica, as well as share unpublished images and memorable tales from his assignments.

The series is proudly sponsored by Quotient TravelPlanner. For more information and tickets, please visit www.nglive.org/singapore.

Event details – Coral, Fire & Ice: Exploring Secret Underwater Worlds with David Doubilet
Date: Monday, 25th August, 2014
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall
Tickets: $39 and $49; concessions available (prices exclude SISTIC booking fee)
Tickets now available through www.nglive.org/singapore and all SISTIC outlets.