With 2017’s Babes in Bali a huge success we’ve decided to make it an annual event! For 2018 we are pleased to announce that the inspirational Deda Wilms will be joining the team. Deda will join Kerri and Erin at the gorgeous Alam Batu resort outside Tulamben, Bali for the second annual Babes In Bali Underwater Photography Workshop.
Alam Batu is located just outside Tulamben and has been one of our favorite resorts in Bali for diving. With easy boat access to all the signature Tulanben sites, Alam Batu also offers opportunities to dive sites that few other operators know about as well as a spectacular house reef.
Alam Batu offers a variety of rooming options. Please contact Kerri to book your spot today!
In addition to the presenters below we will also have dive guide extraordinaire Dharma and marine biologist and critter expert from Lembeh Resort Dimpy Jacobs.
Kerri Bingham is a Nauticam USA sponsored underwater photographer and co-foudner of gotmuck.com. Kerri and Hergen lived and worked in diving full-time throughout Indonesia from 2006-2017. Since 2011 they have been leading group travel throughout Asia including Indonesia, the Solomon Islands, Fiji and the Maldives. Kerri is also a certified free-diver and leads snorkeling trips in Indonesia.
Erin Quigley is an Adobe ACE certified digital imaging consultant specializing in customized workflows and editing strategies using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. She is an award-winning underwater photographer and editor, and creator of GoAskErin.com, which provides one-on-one instruction and Lightroom and Photoshop resources specifically developed for the underwater photographic community.
Birgitte Wilms is an award winning photographer and author. She has taught and coached underwater photography for decades. Her images have been published in National Geographic, LIFE magazine, Ocean Realm, National Wildlife Magazine to mention a few. Her images are currently hanging in the Smithsonian Institute – Museum of National History. Deda is also a member of the Women Divers Hall of Fame.
Alam Batu’s 12 bungalows and three villas are situated on a peaceful beach in north Bali. Built by an underwater photographer it caters to those looking to capture the unique underwater wildlife of the Bali sea. The restaurant and infinity pool have unobstructed views of the dramatic black sand beachfront. A newly redesigned dive center and dedicated camera room make both shore and boat diving from Alam Batu easy.