In 1993 Tim Wright was living on his 34 ft sailing boat in the Caribbean
and started to photograph yachts as a means of survival. Today he still
spends much of the year afloat in the Caribbean where he is now considered
practitioner of marine photography in the region. He now splits his time
between the Caribbean and regattas in the UK and the Mediterranean.
Many sailors will instantly recognize his unique style. Where other photographers
shoot from larger boats Tim works from a tiny 12 foot inflatable which serves
double duty as his yacht tender. This gives him incredible maneuverability,
allowing him to get frighteningly close to the action.