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I met Ernie at the DEMA Show in Las Vegas in 2012. We talked about our many shared interests: art, the ocean, conservation. He has inspired me since that day, with his passion, his insights and his incomparable art. Like so many others who had the opportunity to hear him speak, I was drawn to this wise, warmhearted gentleman, and I was extremely touched by how he gave back to the ocean. He told me that everyone is connected to the ocean, and he was very keen to be a part of what we do in Asia. He enthusiastically agreed to be a guest of honour at ADEX 2013, as well as accepting an appointment to the advisory board of the Historical Diving Society (Asia). He would come back for our event in Singapore for many years. In 2018, ADEX was dedicated to sharks, and he graciously allowed us to use one of his most iconic shark images (which you’ll find on the cover and in the pages of this magazine). That same year, the last year he came to the show, we honoured Ernie as an ADEX Ambassador (Emeritus). While he had no intention to teach, Ernie was my mentor. His passion and his love for the ocean have been my inspiration, guiding me in my way of thinking until today. He will always remain close to my heart, and he will continue to inspire me as he has inspired so many underwater photographers from around the world. Thus, this edition is our collective tribute to Ernie, our celebration of his life and work, communicated through the dedications and images of underwater photographers who have been touched by this great man. Thank you Ernie. We will miss you.

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