One woman from Cameron, Wisconsin, loves photography and diving. Brandi Mueller’s photographic eye and ability to take incredible images of previously unseen worlds has made her a legend among nature photographers.
While diving in the Marshall Islands – in the Pacific Ocean – in 2015, Brandi discovered something which shouldn’t have ever been found. The news of this discovery shed light on a worldwide event which may have nearly destroyed the earth as we know it.
Brandi had been scuba diving since the young age of just 15, and as a child, she became increasingly fascinated with nature. She began borrowing her parent’s camera to take photographs of plants and animals in her backyard. By the time she had reached her early teens, she had become a very skilled wildlife photographer.
At this point, she made the decision to spend her life diving and taking photos of the wildlife around her. Eventually, she joined the Coast Guard, which allowed her to take the amazing opportunities to scuba dive professionally. After a while, she became so adept at it that she even started to teach diving classes.