I work as an expedition leader, guide, naturalist, and lecturer in incredible places around the world, including the Antarctic and the Arctic.
The polar regions are some of our planet's wildest and most vulnerable wilderness areas. My work facilitates meaningful, lifelong connections between people and these places, as well as a greater understanding of the vulnerability and value of high latitude regions.
My travels have brought me to approximately 30 countries across 6 continents. I have worked on scientific research expeditions through the fjords of Patagonia, sailed to remote communities in the Northwest Passage, guided kayaking trips through the ice of Antarctica, and had close encounters with wild Alaskan brown bears.
My photographs have been printed in several magazines and books, including Seattle Met Magazine, Paddling Magazine, Organic Magazine and Ecothrifty, and used by the Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute, Perpetua Boutique, the University of Michigan, and more.