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Sea Change takes you on an evocative journey into the secret life of an almost unknown ecosystem; the beautiful kelp forest of Southern Africa. Craig and Ross spent eight years exploring this sea forest together, diving almost every day. This is the story of what they found in the wild, and how it has transformed their lives.


‘Too crazy to believe had I not seen it firsthand…’
– John Chambers, director octopus sequence, Blue Planet II


  • The most extensive collection of sea forest photography ever published, curated from a library of over 200 000 images
  • New species discovered, and many amazing animal behaviours photographed for the first time, including those featured in the BBC’s Blue Planet II
  • A gripping, personal story about fathers and sons, and the healing power of  wilderness
  • The world’s first underwater tracking method, featuring an illustrated mind map of Craig’s underwater world a marriage of indigenous knowledge, marine biology and paleo-science
  • Considers humanity’s deepest connections to the ocean, and introduces a new theory on the world’s first human divers
  • Endorsed by leading scientists in the fields of anthropology, marine biology and wilderness psychology
  • Part of a greater project which includes the feature documentary film, My Octopus Teacher

Sea Change

SKU: ISBN 978-1-928429-12-8
    SIZE 305MM X 305MM • PAGES 336
    HARD COVER • ISBN 978-1-928429-12-8