Dispose Magazine – A Day in the Life of Arctic Photography

Before I left for the Arctic this year for two months photography I was invited to participate in a project for a magazine called ‘Dispose‘. Dispose distribute throwaway disposable film cameras to a wide range of people living across the world. They ask contributors to document one day in 27 exposures. From the time they wake up to the time they go to sleep, these individuals shoot a minimum of one photo per hour including one self portrait. This was a fun project for me and it was great to be shooting film again – even if it was on a disposable camera. I chose to document my time spent between life aboard M.S Origo and Polar Pioneer in Svalbard. I am also excited to have been asked to work on another project with Dispose later this year in Antarctica. You can see the photographs from my time in the Arctic at Dispose’s website.

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