• Kyle Gittens, Business Development Officer, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc.
  • ‘I had the distinct pleasure of hosting both Nick and Caroline on a familiarisation trip to Barbados in May 2018. The primary objective of this exercise was to build a wealth of content including photography, videography and editorial to further position Barbados as the diving capital of the Caribbean. Through their strong connections within the dive fraternity; the destination benefited substantially from extensive coverage across various platforms. Nick and Caroline are very knowledgeable in their field, always exhibited high levels of professionalism and simply were a dream to work with.’

  • Jane West, Fiji Tourism Regional Director UK/Europe
  • “Tourism Fiji hosted Caroline and Nick on a photographic trip to Fiji in 2016. The trip was incredibly worthwhile. The images were outstanding and unusual. Frogfish photography has been a pleasure to work with, both flexible and imaginative with the assignment they undertook. We have no hesitation in recommending their services”

  • Ornella Ditel - Sales and Marketing Manager at Camel Dive Club & Hotel, Sharm El Sheikh
  • I’ve had the pleasure to witness Nick and Caroline’s professionalism in January this year, when they came to Sharm El Sheikh on behalf of Scubaverse to report about diving in our beautiful corner of the Red Sea. At Camel Dive Club & Hotel, during our 31 years of operations, we have hosted several press trips with journalists and photographers from different countries. I have to say that their visit has been one of the most well organized and productive one, not only in terms of publicity for our diving centres and hotel but also in regards of the whole diving industry in the resort of Sharm El Sheikh. Since the halt on direct flights from the UK to Sharm has been in place (November 2015), no diving specialized journalists from England have ventured out to Sharm. ## Nick and Caroline were generally blessed by beautiful weather conditions during their stay, but also when the sea was rough and the wind a bit chilly they have never missed a chance to show their enthusiasm for all the dive sites they visited and to which they gave justice with their excellent photographs and articles. I have never experienced such a wide coverage of all aspects of a diving holiday during a press trip, and I definitely believe that their main asset is their team work, not to mention their experience as professional divers. With Caroline in charge of the writing and both of them taking pictures, any operator or Tourism Board can count on a 360 non biased and extremely professional contribution which will inspire hundreds of divers to visit known and not so known destinations worldwide. ## The special touch, who only passionate divers, photographers and journalists such as Nick and Caroline are, is a not to be missed opportunity. They mingled with other divers, they gave photography tips to amateur photographers whom they randomly met during their boat trips, they are extremely concerned about environment protection and never tried to interfere with fish behaviour, which unfortunately is not so common with underwater photographers. Finally, their questions are never obvious, and they are genuinely interested in hearing stories about the place they visit and its main characters, in order to give a full insight of what readers would find once they will book their diving holiday. Their recent visit definitely exceeded our expectations and we truly hope there will be more occasions for them to return to Sharm and disclose new angles and perspectives to divers worldwide. I am sure they will bring exceptional coverage for any other location in the world.

  • Maria Grazia Marino, Senior Regional Manager, Bahamas Tourist Office
  • Nick & Caroline Robertson-Brown have produced some of the most striking and memorable images and stories about the diving in The Islands Of The Bahamas. We are very impressed with Frogfish Photography and look forward to working with them in the future.

  • Sharon Bernstein, Director UK & Ireland, Grenada Tourism Authority
  • Working with Nick and Caroline has been a pleasure. We are proud of the wonderful images they produced of Grenada's underwater world and will be working with them and inviting them back to Pure Grenada again and again.


    Frodsham & District Photographic Society

    "A superb evening of wonderful anecdotes, brilliant photos and lots of technical and geographical information from our well-travelled presenters"

    MUSAC Freshers Week

    Just wanted to say a huge thank you once more for donating your time and your passion last night. The talk went down so well and we've already had lots of interested people in our training this year, including lots of great feedback about your presentation.

    Wilmslow Photo Guild

    Thank Nick and yourself for the excellent talk last night. You have a lovely relaxed and approachable style and worked really well as a team!

    Lancaster Photography Society

    Last Meeting - On Monday, January 7, members were introduced to the underwater wonderland that has been the workplace and playground of Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown for more than 20 years. This dynamic husband and wife team of underwater photographers, photo-journalists and authors shared with members; their rich knowledge of the world’s oceans and their occupants; their impressive portfolio of images amassed during more than 5,000 dives; the challenges they face taking pictures underwater; the procedures they employ to capture award winning and commercial images; and the equipment they use.
    Their presentation brimmed with passion, enthusiasm and practiced professionalism and provided members with a fascinating insight into this photographic genre and a memorable addition to our season of speakers.
    Check out their website at frogfishphotography.com

    Frogfish Photography


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