Phoebe Fitz is a photographer and videographer specializing in underwater portraiture and fine art photography. Her career started in natural history film-making working with her father Tom Fitz, an Emmy-award winning videographer. Phoebe has worked for National Geographic, the BBC, Netflix, and PBS, among others. Early on she recognized a common theme in her wildlife work: her strongest images also featured a person in the frame. She shifted her focus to capturing people underwater, in both surreal natural landscapes as well as pools. 

Phoebe utilizes the elements of weightlessness, reflections, and distortion in her photographs to provide a different way of looking at oneself and the world. She works underwater in both the worlds of natural history as well as people-focused commercial and fine art, using photography as a way to explore our relationship with water and how vital it is to our survival. 

Her work hangs in homes across the globe, from Chicago to Spain. Phoebe currently resides in Miami, Florida. 


RED Komodo 6K + Nauticam underwater housing 

Canon 5DMK3 + Nauticam underwater housing 


PADI Divemaster 

NAUI Rescue Diver / Advanced Open Water 

RYT 200 Yoga Teacher 

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