Photographer of the Week – Kay Vilchis
Divers descend into a cenote in Mexico
It’s one thing to be a cave diver or underwater photographer—it’s quite another to be a speleologist. For those who aren’t familiar with ancient Greek, spaleology is the study of caves. And our new photographer of the week, Kay Vilchis, is crazy about caves.
Combining the multidisciplinary study of caves with photography, Kay creates powerful images of underwater caves that highlight the natural beauty chiseled from millions of years of geology. But as a speleologist, the greatest prizes are sometimes more than pictures: In 2019, Kay made headlines after discovering multi-million-year-old megalodon teeth embedded in a Mexican cenote.
Kay’s photo prowess extends past just cavernous conditions—documenting natural history…
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