Five ways to upskill on your next Byron holiday
  As someone who finds it hard to sit still, particularly while on holidays, I always seek out opportunities for different experiences. For this reason, I am excited to have been featured by The Australian in their recent travel write...
Byron Bay whale photographs feature in London papers
I love taking photographs of Byron Bay's majestic whales, and was stoked to wake up and see my images shared on a global stage through London's prestigious Daily Telegraph newspaper.
Dwarf Minke, Big Questions
The known is dwarfed by the unknown when it comes to Dwarf Minke whales, a subspecies recognised only relatively recently.
Aerial image of Migaloo lights up Sydney Opera House
Delighted to get a shout out from the team at ‘The Daily Telegraph’ for my recent involvement with CollaborOCEANS.
Photographer wins international recognition for amazing Migaloo shot off Australian coast
A stunning photograph of Migaloo making his way up the eastern Australian coast has snagged a Byron Bay photographer a prestigious international award. It is the first ever underwater photograph of Migaloo.
Rare underwater photo of white humpback whale Migaloo beats 10,000 entries in comp
Capturing the first ever rare Underwater photograph of Migaloo, nature photographer Craig Parry recently took out top honours at the prestigious ‘Golden Turtle International Photography Competition’ in Moscow.  
Mysterious white whale makes appearance off Byron Bay
Back in July of 2016, a breath-taking white whale made a spectacular appearance off the coast of Byron Bay and Craig Parry was there to capture the scene in all it’s glory
Craig Parry, the man who took a whale selfie talks with Gizmodo
Keen to find out more about that infamous Craig Parry whale selfie? what makes me tick? Where I get my inspiration from and what challenges me professionally?
The secret to a great image
A native of Byron Bay on the coastline of Northern NSW, it was his parents’ gift of a disposable waterproof camera at five years old that set Craig Parry on the path to becoming one of our finest underwater photographers.
Craig Parry featured in Escape: Australia’s Top Nature Photographers
I’m stoked to have woken up this morning to find myself appearing as one of Australia’s Top Nature Photographers in Newscorp’s  Escape feature.
London Times publishes 'Emergence'
London Times publishes Emergence – an image recently captured by Craig Parry Photography on assignment in Tonga. The unique split shot shows the moment a female humpback whale spy hops as she plays for the camera.
Australian Geographic publishes award winning image ‘Life and Death’
Australian Geographic has published Life and Death as a feature image in their November / December 2014 edition. The honour came soon after the image was awarded ‘International Landscape Photo of the Year’...
How to photograph a giant humpback whale: ‘Emergence’ featured in WIRED
Humpback Whale photographs are the speciality of nature photographer Craig Parry. Craig Parry sat down with Wired to find out how to Photograph a Giant Humpback Whale. 
Craig Parry takes out top international award for aerial bushfire photo
The aerial bushfire photo was taken using a remote-controlled camera mounted under a hexacopter after aerial water bombing quelled the flames.