During the Austral Summer of 2012-2013, I traveled to Antarctica to work as a Cook, EMT, Tour Guide, and Photojournalist at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. While I was living there, I took over 10,000 photos, hours of video footage, and published an article about life in Antarctica on my blog every single day. Here’s …
A Tour of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica
After living and working at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station during the summer 2012-2013 season, I’ve had the chance to see most parts of the station. Additionally, I also worked as a tour guide for the various tourist groups who visited the station. Here’s a brief narrated video tour of both the elevated station as …
Panoramas From The South Pole
During my time working at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, I used my iPhone5 and the 360 Panorama App to take a number of interactive panoramas of various spaces at the station. Here they are.. View all of my 360 Panoramas Outside the station
Departing Antarctica: McMurdo to Christchurch
And finally, my last flight off the ice, aboard a C-17, from McMurdo Station, Antarctica to Christchurch, New Zealand.
Back to McMurdo
McMurdo Station. After living at South Pole, it was a bit of a shock to arrive in big bad McMurdo – Lots of people, dirt, dust, buildings, terrain, machines.. everything. Major overload after the pole, but a good introduction back into “society”, in preparation for reemergence back to New Zealand. I arrived at McMurdo the …
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