Mark Tipple is an Australian photographer specialising in marine documentary. He has worked closely with social welfare organisations in Australia and nearby countries. His most important work is entitled "The Underwater Project", a project for which he produced a report as an official photographer, presenting the relationships that Australians maintain with the ocean. His photographs are widely diverse and deeply humane and have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines such as The Australian, The Independent and National Geographic.
" “The simple act of plunging under a wave on a day at the beach can pass from a mere game to the battle between humans and nature, to victory, by liberating oneself in a few seconds: it’s incredible to see how people react.” "