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Isolated, pristine, raw — that's East Greenland for you, a place where nature free to exert its influence and showcase its beauty, making it one of the most ideal places for photography in the world. If you're serious about exploring the arctic, capturing nature in its purest (and most beautiful) and most pristine form, and willing to take paths that lie off the beaten track, then this is the trip for you. The culture, wildlife and sights that Greenland has to offer will be laid at your feet — skyscraper-sized icebergs, massive waterfalls that fall into the sea, majestic jagged mountains, deep fjords and many other natural sights await you.
We will be based out of the Tasiilaq settlement, from which we'll head out every day to explore different areas, mostly by boat. Each location promises to offer something different — we will all have unique opportunities to photograph not only Greenland's raw nature, but also the culture of its people, who are generally isolated from the rest of the world and make a living primarily by fishing and seal hunting. Our trip promises to help you catch a glimpse and capture images of one of the most exclusive areas in the world.
Kerry is an award winning scenic and environmental photographer with a passion for the Arctic and the environment. His artwork can be seen in numerous commercial installs, public galleries, international publications and private art collections. His unique vision for the outdoors and the environment can now be seen through the Arctic Arts Project, a collection of photographic images representing change in the arctic. The project has evoked a passionate global response from educators, scientists, artists and photographers alike.
Kerry is based out of Denver, in the United States, and has spent much of his life shooting in the Rocky Mountains. Currently, he spends a great deal of time photographing the incredible Arctic landscapes of Iceland, Greenland, Alaska and Canada.
"I love that photography is light. It is exhilarating to engage a scene and watch as the light evolves throughout the day and sometimes into the night. For me, each photograph is a journey in perception, an exploration in seeing the world that surrounds us. I am driven by the story within each scene”.
If you cancel and the Workshop is otherwise filled, we will refund you the full amount you have paid towards the tuition, minus a $300 service charge. If you cancel and the Workshop does not fill, then you will be refunded according to the following schedule, based on the full fee of the Workshop:
Greater than 60 days from the start date of the Workshop: full refund minus $300 fee.
45 days: 75% refund
30 days: 50% refund
Less than 30 days: no refund
Refunds will be paid by the same method that the original payment was made.
Refunds will be initiated within 72 hours of the time that the request is approved.
The tour is always dependent on weather, as the Icelandic weather can indeed be highly unpredictable. Likewise, visits to ice caves are dependent on favorable conditions, and indeed the ice caves themselves are not permanent. When it comes to the Northern Lights, while they are most likely to be seen between September and April, there is no guarantee that they will appear on a given day. There is however always plenty to see and do if conditions do not favor any part of our original plan.