One thing that has defined my career has been experimenting with light. And honestly, a lot of times these experiments don’t work so great. Flashes break, the light looks wrong, models get tired. But every once in awhile something looks good, and it might be one of my better images for the year. When I wrote my book Adventure Sports Photography; Creating Dramatic Images in Wild Places, I shot a glowing kayak image that was very popular with readers and editors. With that in mind I tried to take it a step further and use speedlights underwater. Shutterbug magazine thought this experiment was interesting, and interviewed me on the all the behind the scenes set up and technique. Check out the story in the February issue on newstands.