The need to feed 2 - 2012
Read More... Just like all other life forms on our planet also vertebrates have to feed themselves to stay alive. Some became fierce hunters, others became ocean travelers. All this with one goal. Finding and getting food.
The need to feed 1 - 2011
Read More... All life on earth has to feed in order to survive. Invertebrate life had to develop special ways to feed themselves.
Lembeh – Weird & Wonderful – 2008
Read More... On the northeast point of Sulawesi in Indonesia a small strait separates the island of Lembeh and Sulawesi. It’s a through flow of oxygen rich and food filled water coming from the deep seas around. But in the Lembeh strait there are also calm current free bays. An ideal place for young marine life to develop and grow up. But also an environment where well camouflaged predators are also in search of prey.
The Windows of Life – 2007
Read More... Through our eyes we’re able to see the amazing world around us. Also most sea creatures have eyes but what can they see, what can they perceive ?
The world of crustacea – 2006
Read More... Crustacea are the insects of the underwater world. The can be found in many shapes and colors !
Syngnathidae – 2006
Read More... Seahorses are of the most cute little creatures in our oceans. Together with pipefishes they belong to a family called syngnathidae. Nevertheless their weird shape they are real fish !
The world of echinoderms – 2006
Read More... Starfish, sea cucumbers ... Strange bottom dwellers that can be found in all our oceans but what are they exactly ?
Tsunami – 2005
Read More... On boxing day 2004 I narrowly escaped the great tsunami that hit southeast Asia. In the days following this disaster I travelled to the Similan island to document the effects on the reefs and their inhabitants.
The world of gastropods – 2004
Read More... Divers call them the butterflies of the seas. Slugs are of the most colorful critters that can be found on coral reefs.
The most beautiful camouflages – 2003
Read More... To stay alive or to hunt. Camouflage can help in many ways to stay unnoticed.