Archaeologist, trained in Denmark and Newfoundland, Canada, curator at the Qasigiannguit Katersugaasiviat (museum in Qasigiannguit, Greenland) 1993-1997. Have conducted research on Stone Age campsites in Greenland and participated numerous expeditions and archaeological investigations in Greenland. 2005. Ph.D. thesis on Stone Age settlements inDisko Bay. In recent years Jens Fog Jensen have conducted historical-archaeological investigations of abandoned Second World War weather stations in Northeast Greenland. Since 2010 employed as senior research fellow at Sila, Arctic Centre at the National Museum of Denmark.
Per Bak Jensen (born 1949) is often said to be a pioneer in his field. In his persistent search for a photographic expression he has created a number of photographic series which have placed him as one of the most important art photographers in Scandinavia. For Bak Jensen, who never manipulates his images, it is essential to catch a certain form of timelessness which by his own words capture “the being of places”. Per Bak Jensen was until recently an associate professor at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and through his unique photographic working methods he has inspired many young Scandinavian artists. His work is represented in many public collections worldwide, such as MOMA, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, New York and Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris.
Per, Bo and Morten - the meaning of life drawing
Per, Bo and Morten drilling
Jeppe Møhl, zoologist & pilot
Jeppe sponsored himself and his ultra-light aircraft to the expedition. It was his belief that with this very simple amphibious aircraft would be able to perform a unique possibility to be used for filmshootings, aerial phototography and reconnaissance from above."
Jeppe was a zoologist and logical conservator from 1963 to 2008 at the Zoological Museum in Copenhagen. However, interrupted by a two-year appointment as Taxidermist at the Natural History Museum of Canada. His work consisted of preparing animal skeletons for both research and exhibitions from small and large animals (whales), fieldwork, excavation, kvartærzoologi, osteologi - especially in the Arctic. Jeppe is also certified Yacht Skipper from 1999. Since 2008 he has been a freelance conservator specializing in exhibitions. In addition he is a certified PPL pilot for ultralight aviation crafts with permission to bring passengers.
Jonas' primary motivation is definitely the adventure, not so much the point a or b, but in between. On a cruise of the Norwegian Sea through the ice and explore the most enchanting coastline in the world, will be with a small wooden boat be sure to have called all sorts of challenges and experiences for themselves.
To contribute to the implementation of such an expedition, and thereby be able to document and share experiences and impressions of this amazing world, not only with the other members of the expedition, but with the audience, as they with each of their sales can communicate to give me perfect sense .
Bergsøe is permanent captain Activ since 2002. He conducted as captain and expedition leader of an expedition to East Greenland in 2008 from Scoresby to Denmark Harbour. Bergsøe has sailed sailing ships professionally since 1987 and has traveled more than 200,000 nautical miles of ocean in sailing ships of almost any kind.
"I can see myself on board the good ship has just berthed quayside. I see myself on the blue waves in sailor suits. Waving goodbye to heartache and worry and follow the compass needle all over the seven seas, bring a skipper wreath, stop me a pipe of the finest Virginia tobacco, beating my coat collar up against the trade winds, down to the distant shores, tail trawl in and out, see the world through my cabin porthole, nap in a hammock of hemp canvas, let the chef pouring of the steaming casserole for evening meals downstairs in the galley. What do you say, captain, I call down from the land. Are you sure that you can not use someone like me? "
Photographer Simon Rubaudo
I want to create the wildest cinematic feature like the experience of being there. And make a visual prove of the great change that the end of the last ice age - not with any morals or climatepanic, but definitely an inspiration for future generations.The power of ice - experienced 23 years after I went across the Greenælandic Inlandice in 1988
Photographer Simon Rubaudo