Images from the Deep
Photography by Kevin Raskoff
I have been fortunate to photograph many rare and amazing animals and places. My scientific explorations and research have taken me from the tropics to the Arctic Ocean and from the sunlit surface waters to the deepest depths. Along the way, I have tried to not only document the unique and beautiful animals of these ocean realms, but to treat each species as living, moving works of art. I hope that my photographic work inspires a fascination for the marine world and provides an avenue for increased awareness and marine conservation.
Several of my photographs are now available through the LUMAS Gallery and on Imagekind.
December 11, 2009: National Geographic featured my photography and research.
Sept. 1, 2009: The BBC featured my photography and research in an article.
Click below for examples of my work
|The Arctic||Aequorea||Jellyfish of Monterey Bay||Images above water|
My photographs have been exhibited and published extensively online and in print. A partial list includes:
National Geographic Magazine
National Geographic books
American Museum of Natural History
Nobel Prize publications
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
NPR, ABC, CNN, CBS, CBC, AP news, Reuters, and many local newspapers
Selected as a Canada Post International Polar Year Stamp
GEO (several languages)
Images from Science- traveling exhibit by the Rochester Institute of Technology
Many Monterey Bay Aquarium books
CNET, MSNBC, and over 300 websites worldwide.
Natural History Museum Basel
Selected as one of the best pictures of the year- Nature, Dec 2006
BP-Kongsberg Image Competition