Bonnie McKenna is an internationally known artistic photographer specializing in the beauty of life under the sea and the nature of the great outdoors. Bonnie's father introduced her to photography at a very early age. While growing up she was seldom seen without her "Brownie" camera. She took up diving in 1957, a time before certification. In 1991, she officially became certified and immediately turned her love of photography into a way of capturing the beauty of the ocean. Currently, she is shooting underwater photos with an Ikelite housed Fuji camera. During the time she lived on the island of Guam Bonnie became a PADI certified Master Scuba Diver Trainer.
Her writing career took off with the publication of D-Log an interactive dive log for the islands of Palau. After retiring from a long career with Continental Airlines, Bonnie became a reporter for the Houston Community Newspapers, Travel writer for the Tribune Newspapers And A feature writer for the Houston Caronicle.
Today she has taken her writing skills and love of the sea to the position of co-editor for seaturtles for X-Ray Magazine that reaches a solid six-figure readership.