This might be the biggest announcement I’ve ever had to keep under wraps. I’ve teamed up with my good buddy, and legendary photographer, Thomas Heaton to start a new company called Photo Voyager. The goal? Run epic photography conferences on expedition ships! To start things off with a splash (pun intended), we’d like to formally invite you on board (pun also intended) our floating photography conference to Antarctica!
Oh, and did I mention that Tom and I are also bringing 8 other world’s more renowned photographers? Yeah, this is going to be epic.
Dates: November 29-December 10, 2020 Price: Starting at $7,995 Deposit: 20% of Price Activity Level: Minimal. Optional short walks.
Join Us + Early Bird Discount
If you’d like to join us, we’re offering an early bird discount on some of the different berths of up to 10%. That discount only applies if you book before October 31st.
EARLY BIRD PRICES:
Triple Suite = $7,995
Porthole Suite = $9,595
Window Suite = $9,995 (Regular $10,995)
Promenade Suite = $10,245 (Regular $11,495)
Deluxe Suite = $10,545 (Regular $11,795)
Veranda Suite = $11,495 (Regular $12,995)
Penthouse Suite = $12,345 (Regular $13,595)
Owner’s Suite = $13,095 (Regular $14,595)
To make this trip happen, we needed a partner that was brave enough to give us the run of one of their Antarctic expedition ships. So, we find ourselves so lucky to have partnered with the very experienced team of Polar Latitudes. We’ll be aboard the beautiful Hebridean Sky and joined by the brilliant expedition team from Polar.
Check out some of the pictures of their ship below.
The Antarctica Photographers
When Tom and I were planning this trip we had a “dream team” of photographers in mind. In our brainstorming sessions, we imagined we’d manage to convince a couple of them. Magically, we got the entire dang squad!
What we didn’t want was a group of photographers that all did the same sort of thing. Instead, we wanted a blend of styles and skills. We wanted to create a situation where participants can learn something new from each person they bump shoulders with.
Below is the dream team. Honestly, I feel beyond blessed that this amazing group of photographers has joined the expedition.
Essentially, this trip is going to sort of look like a traditional Antarctica photography tour on steroids. We’re going to be taking everything to the next level.
November 29 & 30th – We’ll be staying at the beautiful Arakur Hotel in Ushuaia, Argentina. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to go on optional activities, meet some of the photographers, go to photo sessions, or just relax at the beautiful setting of this world-class hotel.
December 1st – We board our expedition ship and set sail through the Beagle Channel. The channel is absolutely stunning.
December 2 & 3rd – The Drake Passage is famously wild. But, we won’t let that stop us from learning. We’ll have talks from the photographers and expedition staff. Everything from wildlife photography to photography business to marine biology and geography will be covered. Or, if you feel like relaxing, you can simply hang out and enjoy the views and seabird life that will definitely follow us.
December 4-8th – Over these days we’ll bear witness to some of the fantastic beauty of both the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula. Being so early in the season, we’ll be witness to the pristine beauty of the breaking summer. Icebergs will be aplenty, and the views will blow you away. Of course, the plethora of wildlife will constantly have your lens on a swivel.
December 9th – Once again, we make our way across the Drake Passage. If our journey down was about learning, our return will be more of a festival. We’ll do photo sharing, have more talks, and just have an amazing time together.
December 10th – Around 8am we’ll arrive back in Ushuaia and disembark from our incredible adventure.
If you’re looking for more information, be sure to head over to our new website: Voyager.Photography
Ready to Book Now?
Ok, so now you’re ready to join us in Antarctica, right? I mean, this is legitimately unique adventure with some of the world’s most renowned photographers. How many time does that happen?
If you want to join us, or are looking for some more information on the trip, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll get back to you within 48 hours. All bookings will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis
Ok, NOW You’re Ready to Book, Right?
The pitch is done. This is the trip of the decade, and we’d be honoured for you to be a part of it.