Bloxam, Oxfordshire, England
How IAE Inspired Me:
The vast diversity on the ship - ages, nationalities and careers, made for such an incredible experience. As someone only just applying to University it was the most wide-ranged introduction to the world I had ever experienced. Add that to the camaraderie of all being so fascinated with the Antarctic and keen to learn from Robert and the team, it was an unforgettable experience that changed my life forever.
What I am doing now:
I am now a freelance photographer and videographer having recently finished a 3 month contract working with Emirates Nature-WWF in Dubai.
Our greatest highlight was to experience the vast scale of remoteness of the Antarctic and its beauty. To see something as pure and seemingly untouchable being destroyed by our species is life-changing.Learn more
Washington, DC, USA
Traveling to Antarctica with 2041 has opened doors to producing news articles, speaking to schools and nonprofits, and to creating a short film on climate change in the southern continent.Learn more
I gained a better understanding of the global perspective on climate issues and how each individual on the expedition were solving problems in their countries and communities.Learn more
Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico
The Expedition was life changing. The effect it had on me can be summarized as a deep and long lasting sense of responsibility and hope.Learn more
San Francisco, CA, USA
The Expedition was a confluence of emotions and thoughts for me. It inspired a sense of wonder and awe at the sheer force and will of nature.Learn more