Just a quick update: I will be offline for the next two weeks whilst I guide the first of three landscape expeditions to the East Coast of Greenland. The first expedition to Scoresby Sund will run from August 29th until September 8th, 2022, and begins and concludes in Reykjavik, Iceland. I will then have the better part of a week in Iceland before returning to the South East of Greenland for the all-new sold-out landscape workshop (September 14th – September 21st, 2022) with my good friend Martyn Lucas. The third and final Greenland Scoresby Sund expedition will run from September 24th until October 5th. Once I finish in Greenland I will then make my way to Helsinki for my Wild Wolves of the Taiga Forest workshop before returning briefly to Australia.
I had originally intended to return to Australia after I completed my Polar Bears of the High Arctic expedition in Svalbard (Read the Trip Report) this July, but the opportunity to guide an additional Greenland trip was too much to pass up and as such have stayed on in Sweden and Iceland. Staying in Europe meant avoiding the long-haul flights to and from Australia; something I very much appreciate. It has also meant I have not had the opportunity to revise my camera gear and as such will travel and photograph with the same equipment I used in Svalbard (with the added addition of a borrowed tripod and some filters).
I am very much looking forward to returning to Greenland. The East Coast offers some of the most incredible and spectacular landscapes on earth and is in my experience unmatched for its monolithic, castellated icebergs. If I could only choose one place on earth to photograph landscapes for the rest of my life it would be the East Coast of Greenland. I will also be returning to Greenland in September next year (2023) for a sold-out expedition to the East Coast. Bookings are also now open for the 2024 expedition – just drop me an email for further information. You can get an idea of what to expect on this expedition HERE. See you in Greenland!