Nicknamed Shark Girl, she is a nautical videographer and filmmaker behind underwater films advocating for the protection and conservation of sharks. Her films became the subject of the Smithsonian channel documentary Shark Girl.
Growing up adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef, she was twelve when she first began scuba diving. By fourteen, she'd begun filming underwater. Then, at seventeen, she received international recognition for underwater filmmaking.
Her self-titled YouTube channel features videos of her stunning underwater photography of sharks in Australia.
She was living on a yacht at the age of two. By her teens, her father agreed to homeschool her in order to afford an underwater video system.
Much like Jenna Martin, she has grown popular on social media through her ethereal underwater photography.