Andrew Davis

Andy Davis is a professional recreational and technical dive instructor, currently living and working in the Philippines.

He began diving in 1996, completing entry-level training in the UK. This was followed by 8 years of regular diving around the UK and in locations like Belize, Ascension Island, the Mediterranean, Maldives and across SE Asia. He became an instructor with BSAC, PADI, SSI and DSAT and has subsequently lived and worked as a full-time instructor and dive guide in the Gulf of Thailand and Sipadan/ Mabul, Borneo (Malaysia).

His underwater passions are deep wreck exploration and macro photography. Having discovered that nudibranch provide the perfect subjects for budding amateur photographers, he has developed a keen interest in locating, identifying and photographing specimens. His interest in nudibranch is currenly reflected in a personal, on-going survey of Subic Bay, Philippines, where he seeks new species every day.

More of his work can be seen on: community.webshots.com/user/andyunderwater?vhost=community


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Nudibranch Species from Andrew Davis » View all photo from Andrew Davis (74 photos)

Ceratosoma miamirana from Subic Bay, Philippines
(2 photos from Andrew Davis)
Ceratosoma sinuatum from Subic Bay, Philippines
(2 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chelidonura amoena from Subic Bay, Philippines
(1 photo from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris albopunctata from Subic Bay, Philippines
(2 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris annae from Anilao, PhilippinesIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(4 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris coi from Subic Bay, Philippines
(3 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris geometrica from Subic Bay, Philippines
(1 photo from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris kuniei from Anilao, Philippines
(4 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris magnifica from Subic Bay, Philippines
(1 photo from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris reticulata from Anilao, Philippines
(4 photos from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris sinensis from Anilao, PhilippinesIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Andrew Davis)
Chromodoris strigata from Anilao, Philippines
(1 photo from Andrew Davis)
 

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