Join Dan as he begins his polar obsession by skiing the last degree to the North Pole, and hear about his experience with the Fujifilm GFX in Antarctica. Come along on a journey to the icy realms at both ends of the planet.
I have spent three decades producing award-winning images as a National Geographic Society photographer, photo editor, and social media strategist. As Director of Photography at National Geographic Travel, I developed a photographic aesthetic that defined the magazine’s visual impact in print, digital, and social media.
I lead numerous photography workshops as a National Geographic expert, sharing my love of photography with travelers in all corners of the globe.
As a photographer, I have shot stories on all seven continents, including expeditions up Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mont Blanc, and the Matterhorn. My defining moment at the National Geographic Society came when I stood at the North Pole, after skiing the last degree of latitude, to produce photographs for a Traveler story. Though exhausted, I reflected on the organization’s history of visual excellence and proudly claimed my place in the National Geographic Family.