I am incredibly honoured to announce that my image The Ghost has been awarded top honours, taking out the Under Water category at the prestigious 2017 Golden Turtle International Photography Competition. Now in its 11th year, the Russian based competition attracted a record number of participants with 10,165 works being submitted from artists […]Read More
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Back in July of 2016, a breath-taking white whale made a spectacular appearance off the coast of Byron Bay and Craig Parry was there to capture the scene in all it’s glory. Australian Geographic caught up with Craig to discus the mysterious creature’s identity. Keep reading to find out more… […]Read More
Keen to find out more about that infamous Craig Parry whale selfie? what makes me tick? Where I get my inspiration from and what challenges me professionally? Recently I was fortunate enough to sit down with the geniuses at Gizmodo to chat about all things photography and nature, and yes, […]Read More
I’m stoked to have woken up this morning to find myself appearing as one of Australia’s Top Nature Photographers in Newscorp’s Escape feature. In this interview I share with readers my favourite destination for photography in addition to providing a couple of tips on the area. Byron Bay’s Craig Parry, […]Read More
London Times publishes Emergence – an image recently captured by Craig Parry Photography on assignment in Tonga. The unique split shot shows the moment a female humpback whale spy hops as she plays for the camera. In late 2014, Craig followed the Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) as they migrated through the waters of the Kingdom of […]Read More