for the love of scuba

To breathe underwater is truly an amazing experience. I started scuba diving when I was 21. I knew I would fall in love with the sport and had been wanting to get certified since I was old enough to understand I couldn’t breathe underwater like a fish. So, finally, I did it. And it was the beginning of a beautiful love song, a way of life, my destiny. I soon found a job on a dive boat and worked my way up to Divemaster. During that time I found bucket loads of shark teeth. I made necklaces and gave them away as gifts to my friends and family, but still I was swimming in teeth. So now I sell them. Check it out and get yourself something pretty…and badass.

I live and dive off the coast of south east NC, so I find really big shark teeth. If you’ve heard of the extinct Mega-tooth shark, C. megalodon, you know what I’m talking about. If not check out this link about the giant whale-eating predators.

I also love to paint and create multi-media 3D paintings. There’s prints of those here. Maybe some originals floating around too. My sports influence what I like to paint. Besides diving there’s surfing, sailing, swimming, and enjoying the beauty of nature.

Alexandra Morse

2 thoughts on “for the love of scuba

  1. Dana

    Very genuine like you Alex! Your art work is beautiful and I am proud to say that I have purchased several of your shark teeth jewelry masterpieces!


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