Jay Clue is an award winning underwater photographer, educator, and conservationist based in Baja California Sur, Mexico. His projects primarily focus on utilizing tourism as a vessel to further marine conservation, research, and environmental awareness through creating unique ecotourism platforms with his team at Dive Ninja Expeditions. Jay’s love of oceanic predators & marine megafauna has led to him creating courses on whale conservation, apex predators, devil rays and sustainable tourism; as well as authoring numerous articles for magazines such as Oceanographic, Saving Earth, Dive Travel Adventures and more.
It has been just under 2 years since Jay began working as a professional underwater photographer, but during his short time in the industry his photos have appeared in a multitude of both print and digital platforms including National Geographic Traveller, Hemispheres, Scuba Diving Magazine, and many more. As a diver he holds both PADI Master Instructor and Full Tec Trimix Instructor ratings as well as over 40 other instructor level certifications with PADI, SDI and TDI. His recent instructional focuses have been on creating the conservation & sustainable tourism focused Ninja Divemaster and Instructor Development programs for Dive Ninja Expeditions in Cabo San Lucas. Scroll down to learn more about Jay Clue’s ambassadorships, accreditations, and accolades. If you’re interested in reading Julian Black’s full, and slightly less serious, ‘The Legend of Jay Clue‘, click here.