Welcome to Jeff Biege Photography!
Jeff Biege is a South Florida based underwater/ocean fine art photographer in love with the sea.
Jeff's images have been published in numerous international, national and local publications, such as Eastern Surf Magazine, Standup Journal, Surfline, Kiteboarder Mag, Atlantic Current among many others.
Jeff is a regular contributor to Surfline and is a Surfline Local Pro.
Working with conservation and non profit groups like the Loggerhead Marine Life Center, The Surfrider Foundation, and Share the Stoke Foundation is at the core of his mission, with hope that his images will bring a new level of awareness to his customers. Jeff is passionate about spreading the importance of protecting and conserving the environment.
Jeff is a regular on the Florida fine art show circuit and his work can be found in many homes and business in Florida and across the U.S and Hawaii. All of the images in the galleries are available in fine art paper (100 year archival museum quality). Premium metal prints and under acrylic glass. Also available are hand made custom reclaimed wood frames by ourpartner Relieys wood shop. Jeff's goal is to help you create a piece of fine art that you will be proud to hang in your home or business for years to come! Please remember that custom pieces as large as 4ft x 6ft or bigger are available ! Jeff can ship around the world , and has a central based north american printer as well a local print shop located in Jupiter florida. Jeff can deliver bigger images in the south Florida area or can meet his customers at one of his many Florida art shows.
Please contact Jeff via email or by phone with any questions ordering images or custom frames!
Jeff Biege is an award winning published photographer based in South Florida.
"I'm passionate about nature and ocean conservation. Through the years I have been involved with environmental/conservation organizations such as the Loggerhead Marine Life Center, Surfrider Foundation and Share the Stoke Foundation. I Hope that my images will inspire and impact people, possibly changing the way they feel about our little blue planet. The ocean is a gift, its up to all of us to protect it for future generations."