Hi NS. Apologies for obviously soliciting here but I felt compelled to share this with the community. If you have any interest in science, adventure, film, photography etc. check out our website, facebook, or instagram.
I have the luckiest job in the world doing media, education, and outreach for a research project called SALSA (Subglacial Antarctic Lakes Scientific Access). Basically, in Jan 2019 we are drilling 4,000 feet into a Subglacial Lake in Antarctica to search for new forms of life and learn more about the subglacial environment. What is pretty exciting is this is literally the least explored environment on Earth's surface and might give hints as to how life may exist within our solar system. The thing is, is that I would definitely not be where I am without skiing. I first picked up a camera when I was 11 years old to make edits with my brother and slowly the filming and photography took over. I recently returned back home from going on the SALSA traverse where I filmed and photographed a bunch of tractors hauling 1,000,000 lbs equipment 600 miles to next years study site.
Anyways, anybody else been on ice? What kind of projects were you working on?
**This thread was edited on Jan 29th 2018 at 1:19:37pm
**This thread was edited on Jan 29th 2018 at 1:20:55pm