If you are looking for Stock photography from the Arctic or Antarctica we can offer a fast and well informed service. With 40 years of experience in Polar Regions we have a unique collection of images backed up by extensive knowledge. If you need additional information contact us. Bryan regularly travels to Northern Siberia, Greenland, Alaska, Arctic Canada and Arctic Scandinavia to document the lives of the native peoples who live in these remote places. The groups he has photographed include Inuit, Innu, Cree, Komi, Khanty, Nenets, Dolgan, Nganasan, Evens, Evenki, Yakut, Chukchi, Sami, Selkup, and Yupik.
We are continually adding new pictures to our files. As well as our core collection of Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic we have photographs that illustrate Global Warming, Antarctica, Norway, Finland, Sweden, the Kola Peninsula, Svalbard, Taymyr, Yakutia, Chukotka, Yamal Peninsula, snow and ice, landscapes, wildlife, Polar Bears, Walrus, Penguins, as well as ice roads, heavy industry, oil and gas exploration in Siberia, tourism, pollution, weather and both the North Pole and the South Pole.
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Since 1971 Bryan has been returning to live with different indigenous groups in the North, the depth of this photographic collection shows his enthusiasm and respect for the people and reflects the changes in this 38 year time span. Without the hospitality and generosity of individuals within these different groups, many of the pictures on this website would not have been possible. Over time we have extended our file of photographs to include the work of other photographers, many of them with the same dedication to Polar extremes as we have ourselves.
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