Photographer • United Kingdom
Greenland, 800 miles from the North Pole
90-mile-an-hour winds churn a cavern of stratus clouds over Inglefield Bay.
Bryan Alexander has carried out numerous photo reportages in the Arctic over the last 36 years, and his work has appeared in countless prestigious publications (Time, GEO, National Geographic, etc.). His career started in 1971, when he won a scholarship from the Royal Society of Arts to spend four months in northern Greenland. The work he did there won him the Royal Society of Arts Jacobs Memorial Award in 1972.
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