Stephen Frink is the world's most frequently published underwater photographer with editorial work appearing in SCUBA DIVING for whom he is Director of Photography and writes a monthly column on underwater photo trends and techniques. His work has also been published in a wide variety of general interest publications such as NATURAL HISTORY, GLAMOUR, TIME, NEWSWEEK, ISLANDS, TRAVEL AND LEISURE, ESQUIRE, FORTUNE, MONEY, as well as numerous NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC publications. Frink has authored a coffee table book entitled WONDERS OF THE REEF, and teaches the Stephen Frink School of Underwater Photography in his home waters of Key largo, Florida. Frink wrote a textbook for Nikon, THE NIKONOS SYSTEM, and other books to which Frink was a major contributor include UNDERWATER PARADISE and GREAT CORAL REEFS.Clients for assignment photography over the past 22 years have included Nikon, Aqua Lung, Victoria's Secret, Mercury Marine, Jantzen, Dacor, R.J. Reynolds, Sea Quest, Henderson Aquatics, Club Med, major ad agencies, and scores of resorts and live-aboard dive boats throughout the world. Broadcast television work includes hosting an ongoing series to promote the Florida Keys for Sea-TV, and programs for ESPN's "American Photo Magazine Safari". Rolex Watch Company has also engaged Frink for product endorsement.
Other Frink enterprises include a dive travel company, WaterHouse Tours and Reservations (www.waterhousetours.com) and a stock photo agency (www.stephenfrinkcollection.com) Frink is also the North American and Caribbean distributor for the Austrian camera housing manufacturer Seacam (www.seacamusa.com) and is also an inventor of a unique diver safety device known as the Safety Observation Signal – SOS (www.stephenfrink.com/sos.php