Los Angeles-based photographer Michael Muller has circled the globe shooting celebrities, rock stars, outlaw bikers, super heroes, and elite athletes for such publications as Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, and Harper's Bazaar. In 2007 he turned his lens underwater and began photographing sharks as they've never been seen before.
"Muller's intimate, mesmerizing shark portraits convey an energy and wonder that has you wanting to learn more." "[Sharks] in no way demonises the ocean's apex predators; instead, Muller's beautiful underwater images admire the animals' evolutionary perfection and graceful power. Nature's supermodels." "Sharks: Face-to-Face with the Ocean's Endangered Predator, is full of strikingly beautiful, intimate shots of the animals. Photographing them with Hollywood-style lighting and free from a cage, Muller has been on a mission to help conserve these much-feared and misunderstood ocean dwellers." "...extraordinary not only in its aesthetic wonder but also in its ability to change and inspire the way we see-and think about-these majestic creatures of the deep." "This stunning monster shark book will eat you alive." "The culmination of a decade-long obsession with these apex predators, [Sharks] contains hundreds of photos, shot in beautiful, haunting style..."