If you follow my blog you may recall that in August this year I took a small two person film crew from Untitled Filmworks with me to the Arctic to film what it was like to travel with and be part of a dedicated polar photographic expedition. During the fourteen days we spent in the Arctic we travelled from the north of Iceland across the Denmark Strait to Greenland where we explored many of the wondrous fjords and amazing geology of this primordial arctic land. We encountered some incredible icebergs and wildlife and even visited a small native Inuit village. We then sailed across to Svalbard and Longyearbyen in search of Polar Bears, whales and seals. We spent fourteen days travelling and filming in the arctic using a combination of RED Epic 5K Cinema Camera and Canon 1DC Cinema cameras. We gathered more than 10 Terabytes of footage including a spectacular iceberg collapse and glacial calving and I am extremely pleased to now have the final short film back from editing and to be releasing it for everyone to enjoy. One of the most common questions I am often asked via email is ‘What is it like to go on a dedicated photographic expedition to the Arctic or Antarctic?’ Well, just sit back and watch this video to experience it for yourself. Make sure you click on the image to watch it full screen in High Definition – dim the lights and crank the volume! And be sure to share with your friends.