Olympus & The Sea Life Trust Announce Collaboration

Olympus is now the official imaging partner of the Sea Life Trust who are a global charity dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans and marine life.

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Olympus and The Sea Life Trust have joined forces to promote the charity's message through photography, events and exhibitions. 


The Sea Life Trust own and operate marine animal sanctuaries, run conservation campaigns, fund projects and education programs. One such campaign is for 2 whales who embarked on a journey of over 6000 miles from Shanghai to the world’s first beluga whale sanctuary in Iceland this spring.

To document this momentous feat, Olympus wildlife Ambassador, Tesni Ward followed their journey capturing images of the pair to share with the world and an exhibition of the images will open on 11 December 2019 at the Olympus central London gallery.

Other collaborations include a 24-hour beach clean where participants were asked to document items collected to raise awareness of the waste that is damaging our waters and beaches. Photos were posted on social media with #24HourGlobalBeachClean and Olympus awarded the winner with a TG-6 - Olympus' latest waterproof camera. 

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