Lisa Denning is a Photographer and Filmmaker. Her work has taken her to oceans around the world to witness and capture on film the endearing connections that are happening between people and cetaceans in the open ocean.
Lisa has traveled extensively and spends countless hours in the ocean with the dolphins and whales, creating a unique affinity with them which comes across in her photography.
Over the last 10 years Lisa has worked closely with boat captains and researchers in Hawaii, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic and the Fjords of Norway capturing sought after images and videos including rare behaviors, feeding, and other fascinating encounters.

Her work has appeared in Ocean Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, InStyle Magazine and Cosmopolitan. She also regularly contributes her photographs for research and education purposes around the world in an effort to increase the understanding and protection of the Ocean and all of its inhabitants.
While Lisa has specialized in working with dolphins and whales, she also enjoys photographing sharks, manta rays, and whale sharks.
Along with her photography, Lisa has helped to introduce many others to the magic of the underwater world as an ocean instructor with snorkeling and freediving.
Her photography work now also includes movie and set photography, portrait, travel and other film work.

Lisa is currently living on the Big Island of Hawaii where she has lived for the last 9 years.