Craig Foster is a founder of Sea-Change Trust and one of the world’s leading natural history filmmakers. He has dedicated himself to learning the secrets of the Golden Forest – the inshore kelp habitat at the South West tip of Africa, his underwater home. He is currently working on the Sea-Change film (filming and editing) and co-writing the book, at the same time honouring his pact to dive 365 times a year. Through this regular intensive immersion, he has uncovered a plethora of new animal behaviors and 8 new species of shrimp, one of which has been named after him: Heteromysis Fosteri. He has founded the Sea-Change project to share his love of nature with others.