Polar Travel Adviser
Residing in the Pemberton Valley in British Columbia Canada, I’ve spent years of my childhood and adult life outdoors, hiking, fishing, hunting, and generally respecting all things wild and untamed. I have worked in the polar industry for 4 years, and have been through the Northwest Passage twice, explored West Greenland, travelled along the rugged coast of Labrador, and crossed the Antarctic Circle. I am very passionate about the polar regions, and further learning about some of the most remote regions in the world. I have a soft spot for Northern Communities of Canada, and take every chance I can to visit these remote villages to learn about, and experience the Inuit way of life.
What is one of your favorite memories of the polar regions?
One of my most memorable moments was having tea in Pangnirtung, Nunavut, near the entrance to Auyuittuq national park. Not only were my eyes full from all the beauty I had seen, but my heart was also full from all that I had experienced.
What advice would you give someone traveling to the polar regions?
Advice for every polar traveler: open your heart and fill your soul.