Erin Quigley was always meant to be in the spotlight. Long before becoming an underwater photographer, Erin began her career as a Tony-nominated costume designer working on Broadway and in Hollywood.
Her attention to detail designing costumes transitioned seamlessly into her career as a photographer and image-editing guru, earning her multiple awards and certification as an Adobe ACE digital imaging expert. Where other photographers might skim over a small flaw in an image, Erin makes sure every picture is presented perfectly. It’s that dedication that has helped create her success while competing for Tony and underwater photography awards alike.
DPG continues our celebration of Women’s History Month with the portfolio of Erin Quigley.
Rockabye Baby: Humpback whale mother and newborn calf in Tonga
Sister Noelle and whale shark, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Reef manta parting shot, Hanifaru Bay, Baa Atoll, Maldives
Ron and chevron barracudas, Walindi Plantation, Papua New Guinea
Send in the clowns, Maldives
Crinoid shrimp, Alor, Indonesia
Flying flabellina, Wakatobi, Indonesia
Conch eyes, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands
Algae octopus at night, Lembeh, Indonesia
Juvenile batfish, Lembeh, Indonesia
The one that got away, Isla Guadalupe, Mexico
Erin hard at work with a selfie
To view more of Erin’s work—or discover how to edit and organize your images without tearing out your hair—hop on over to the GoAskErin website.
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