Freelance writer, Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson, regularly contributes stimulating articles for SST's Clean Seas and other website pages.
"Originally from England, I first learned to dive so that I could go cage diving with great whites off Guadalupe Island, Mexico, in 2008. From that first shark encounter onwards, I have been utterly hooked on the underwater world, and particularly on the issue of shark conservation. Whilst studying for my degree in London, I worked at London Aquarium, before going to Mozambique to research whale sharks off Tofo Beach. In 2011 I moved to South Africa, where I completed my PADI Instructor’s course and spent nine months teaching and guiding on Aliwal Shoal. After a seven month trip teaching around South East Asia, I'm back in Africa, writing about diving and conservation from my home in East London."