Brett Seymour is the Deputy Chief and a photographer with the National Park Service (NPS) Submerged Resources Center (SRC) based in Denver, Colorado.
Tasked with the stewardship for the protection, preservation, public access and interpretation of submerged resources, the SRC has both a national and international scope. With a degree in Television and Film Production from Messiah College, Brett started working as a full-time underwater photographer with the NPS in 1994. His work with the Service has provided underwater access to some of our nation’s most captivating national parks. In addition to making a whole new dimension of the park system available to the public he is responsible for documenting historically significant underwater sites around the world.
Brett lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife Elizabeth and sons Cameron and Chase.