After It’s Gone
After It’s Gone is an ongoing body of work exploring the landscape, ecology and history of the Arctic. This collection has been created during several assignments to multiple locations within the Arctic Circle including the Svalbard archipelago, Greenland and the Canadian Arctic over the last three years.
During these assignments we were alarmed by the changes to the ecosystems right in front of our eyes over a very short time period. We watched as huge glaciers ceaselessly crumbled and observed the midnight sun as our vessel was able to reach 82º 41.28 North, only 400 nautical miles from the North Pole, a harsh warning signal (as we were far beyond the normal restriction of the ice cap). By documenting this rapidly changing environment we hope to share the beauty of this fragile place and inspire all of us to work together to protect this incredible region and our planet as a whole.