CAMERON BLOOM began his career as a surf photographer at the age of 15. Since then his editorial and travel images have featured in numerous international publications including Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and the New York Times. Cam is also the recipient of the GQ Creative Force Award in 2018. SAMANTHA BLOOM is a surfer, adventure traveller, neurology nurse and mother of three boys. She was paralysed in an accident in Thailand in 2013 and is the subject of the international bestselling book, Penguin Bloom, which is now a major motion picture starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln. Sam has since won two Oceania KL1 paracanoe championships, and is the Australian and World Adaptive surfing champion; she works with numerous spinal cord injury charities around the world and is a highly sought-after public speaker. BRADLEY TREVOR GREIVE AM was born in Tasmania and became a global publishing sensation after the release of The Blue Day Book in 2000; the former paratrooper has since sold more than 30 million books in 115 countries. BTG is also television presenter for wildlife programs on Animal Planet and Netflix, and leads frontline conservation efforts on every continent. In 2014 BTG was awarded the Order of Australia for his service to literature and wildlife conservation and, in 2016, he was formally adopted by the Deisheetaan clan of Alaska's Native American Tlingit people.