Former coast guard employee, scuba diving instructor, and underwater photographer Brandi Mueller didn’t intend to happen upon an incredible discovery during a routine dive in the Marshall Islands, but that’s exactly what panned out. Keep reading to see what remarkable bits of history she unearthed in the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
Brandi Mueller started her deep-water diving hobby at the age of 15. Fascinated by the underwater world, of which 95% remains virgin and unexplored, Mueller began a lifelong love of the unknown aquatic.As a teenager, Mueller enrolled in a diving student exchange program in New Zealand, and took it upon herself to combine her dual loves of photography and the deep sea. She’d soon study ecology while also traveling to exotic destinations including Tasmania, Costa Rica, and the Bahamas.
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Mueller’s underwater photographs took the public by storm, and she quickly became a renowned and accomplished deep-sea photographer. She also earned her captain’s license in addition to being a licensed diving instruction. Mueller assumed the post as the Captain of a vessel in the Marshall Islands’s Kwajalein Atoll, allowing her free reign to explore the vast depths of the Pacific and the specifically untouched world of the local atolls.