Greenlands Hidden Gems Expedition
- Exact Dates TBA, 2024
- Spaces Left: 16 (Maximum Approximately 16)
In 2024 I will lead a brand new and very exciting expedition to photograph the incredible landscapes deep inside the remote National Park region of the Kaiser Franz Josef fjord system in north eastern Greenland. Greenland is an incredible place to inspire the imagination and fuel your photographic desires. Home to some of the most extraordinary geology to be found on earth, the red and orange glacial scarred landscape of Greenland stands in stark contrast to the electric blue icebergs that carve off its many glaciers and drift slowly down its spectacular fjords. It is a remote land of untamed and unbridled beauty that is rarely visited and even less rarely photographed. The landscape and geology of the East Coast of Greenland is both stunning and extraordinary. Photographing this incredible landscape under soft golden Arctic light will be our main objective. We will also see and photograph incredible castellated icebergs that have calved off the many glaciers of Greenland. We will also search for walrus and the other wildlife of the region. Dramatic glaciers, plunging cliffs and beautiful drift ice formations will be present as well. Our intention is to sail from the town of Longyearbyen in Svalbard to the remote East Coast of Greenland where we will spend our time exploring and photographing in both the Kaiser Franz Josef and Scoresby Sound fjord systems. We will be using the expedition ship Rembrant Van Rijn, which will enable us to explore the fjord systems and get close to giant icebergs. Our expedition ship is also equipped with sufficient zodiacs and crew for all photographers to be shooting simultaneously with plenty of room to spare for camera equipment - So bring what you need! If you are excited by the idea of travelling to the remote East Coast of Greenland with a small group of dedicated photographers now is the time to register your place by using the Register Online link at the bottom of this page. Places are very limited and once they are spoken for thats it.