I'm Kyle Soto, and my story is not just about capturing images; it's a narrative of resilience, passion, and the profound connection between humanity and the ocean.
A decade ago, life threw me an unexpected curveball – a cancer diagnosis that forced me into a year-long struggle, confined to a bed and distant from the very thing that had always provided me solace: the ocean. The yearning for the sea, amplified by my physical limitations, fueled a desire to find a way to bring the ocean's wonders to those who, like me, were unable to experience it firsthand.
As I emerged victorious over cancer, I made a pivotal decision – to channel my renewed lease on life into a newfound love for underwater photography. Armed with a camera and a heart bursting with gratitude, I headed straight back to the ocean. The waves welcomed me with open arms, and beneath their surface, I discovered a realm of indescribable beauty.

My affinity for the ocean traces back to my youth, growing up along the diverse coastline of Florida. The camera, an extension of my fascination with the underwater world, became a vessel to share the enchanting scenes hidden beneath the waves. Through the lens, I aimed not just to capture images but to unravel the genuine allure and elegance of the underwater environment.

Each photograph encapsulates more than a moment frozen in time; it's a glimpse into the vibrant marine life and the sheer power that resides in the ocean's depths.