ISOTECNIC SRL is proud to announce that Underwater Photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Amanda Cotton (USA) will be on hand on 25.01.2018 at 2.30 pm at Isotta Hall/booth 4A03 during BOOT Show 2018, the International Boat Show that runs 20-28 January in Düsseldorf, meeting the press and spreading the word about her Underwater Photography equipment, Isotta, the signature-red camera housing produced by the Italian company that since 1980 has been crafting underwater camera housings 100% Made in Italy.
A Professional Photographer specializing in underwater imagery Amanda Cotton, fresh off a photography trip “Above and Below Papua New Guinea” last November 2017, will talk about her diving projects and introduce her WaterPixel World seminar on shooting large animals and sign her autographed pictures.
Amanda Cotton received her Bachelor of Arts in Professional Photography while attending Brooks Institute of Photography, where she participated in the highly acclaimed Underseas Program established by Ernie Brooks. As an avid scuba diver and ocean enthusiast the conservation and preservation of this ecosystem is of the highest priority to Amanda Cotton, who was the first female photographer to photograph American Crocodiles underwater in Banco Chinchorro in Mexico for a feature on the Discovery Channel showcasing the UNESCO Marine Biosphere Reserve Project.
Cotton has received numerous awards for her photography including several from the International Photographers Awards (IPA), Celebrate The Sea, and the Underwater Photography Annual Awards. She was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2015 and was named Scuba Diving Magazine's July 2017 SEA HERO. Amanda's imagery has been published in major publications and news sources worldwide including National Geographic, BBC, Discovery, Smithsonian Magazine, Times Publishing, CNN, Scuba Diving Magazine and Science Daily. More information: https://www.acottonphoto.com/
Cotton will be on stage at Water Pixel World in hall 4 during the 49th edition of Boot Düsseldorf, Thursday 25th, Friday 26th and Saturday 27 at 15.50 to talk about Going Big: Secrets of Shooting Large Animals.