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Howdy, I'm Scott!

Scott Audette is a world-renowned photographer and photojournalist who turned his talent and passion into an underwater portrait business, Scott Audette Underwater.


Team photographer for the Tampa Bay Lightning for 22 seasons, Scott was selected to capture the 2010 Olympics hockey finals, feted as a veteran team photographer and sought after as a mentor. Scott was fortunate to document the Lightning’s climb to Stanley Cup champions in 2004 and 2021. His unprecedented behind-the-scenes photos of players in 2004 were turned into a one-person show at the Tampa Museum of Art. His 2004 photos also illustrate the pages of “Tampa Bay Lightning: Winning Ways - The Making of a Championship Heart” (Yorkville Press). Scott also served as the house photographer for the Amalie Arena and Yuengling Center.


Scott continues shooting as he has for much of his professional life as a freelancer for both The Associated Press and Reuters. He enjoys documenting travel and lifestyle, most recently for Visit Florida and Viva Polk magazine.


Scott's carefully crafted "Alice in Waterland" image was selected to be a part of CityArts Orlando's "Alice in Wonderland" show in early 2023. His underwater portraiture was the focus of his one-person exhibit at ART/ifact gallery as "A Siren's Peril." 


Scott makes his home in Lakeland with his wife, two sons and menagerie of animals.


Our Company

I love diving. I love photography. Maybe I'm even a little good at both. People definitely love my hockey photography, and I've gotten great feedback on the ocean images I've been fortunate to shoot in Florida, Mexico and Australia. I figured: Why not combine my love of underwater adventures with my photography to bring you unique products? Now you can purchase my images on apparel and home goods or join me underwater for a special portrait shoot.

Nice to meet you. I'm Jennifer.

At most of our shoots, you'll also get to meet Jennifer Audette, Scott's wife. She's a longtime communications and public relations professional, and her role is to not only assist the photographer with lighting and technology but also to ensure you have the best experience possible. Don't be surprised if you find her offering you coffee, a towel or tips for posing underwater. 

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