Originally from the UK, Matthew Smith moved to Australia in 2007 to indulge his love of over and under water photography in the pristine waters of the New South Wales (NSW) coastline. While most people avoid the subjects that fall under Smith's gaze, such as the Blue Bottle jellyfish that give you a nasty sting, Smith gets up close to capture what he calls "amazing creatures". He shoots around the Illawarra Region on the NSW coast south of Sydney.
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