An exhibition of images by Andy Murch
The Predators in
Peril Exhibition focuses on the publicís changing perception of sharks
and their uncertain future in an increasingly hostile ocean.
An exhibition in two
Sharks in a Fading
The first series of
images portray sharks as iconic predators; powerful, daunting and
majestic. The setting sun comments on the end of an era as the hysteria
that surrounded sharks in the late 20th century is slowly replaced by
respect and appreciation.
Predators in Peril
The second series of
images focuses on the innate beauty and grace of sharks and explores
their extraordinary diversity. This collection also includes images that
draw attention to the vulnerability of sharks and the fragile position
of many species due to over-fishing and habitat destruction.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge a
selection of images from each collection
Predators in Peril showcases the
stunning imagery of
Andy's photographs and narrative have appeared in hundreds of books and
magazines around the world. His shark and ray images have also been
utilized by numerous conservation groups such as the World Wildlife
Fund, Shark Alliance, Shark Trust, Pew Institute, IUCN, Smithsonian,
Ocean Conservancy and
many other NGOs to raise awareness about the plight of endangered
Andy is the founder of The
Predators in Peril Project. To learn more about the broader mandate of
information about the 2010 Central American Shark Photography Expedition,
please follow this link:
Predators in Peril 2010.
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