Jason deCaires Taylor is a British artist and environmentalist born in 1974. He is best known for his underwater sculptures and installations, which combine art with marine conservation. Taylor’s works are designed to create artificial reefs that promote the growth of coral and other marine life, while also raising awareness about the impact of human activities on the oceans. He has created underwater installations in various locations around the world, including Grenada, Mexico, and the Maldives. Taylor’s sculptures often depict human figures, incorporating elements of nature and the surrounding marine environment into his works. His aim is to create a dialogue between art and nature, and to promote the importance of protecting the oceans for future generations.