Uri Golman is a award winning Danish nature photographer specialized in documenting conservation issues in the Arctic. He has photographed and written two books on the subject. The first one called Greenland – Images of Arctic Nature (2007) and the second one called Arctic Light – Photographs from Greenland and the Frozen North (2009). He is an associate member of ILCP (International League of Conservation Photographers) and has just spent the last one and a half year away from his normal workingground photographing for a bookproject on wildlife and conservation in India.
Now he is returning to the Arctic once more to take on the task of describing the effects of global warming seen trough the eyes of the arctic fox. The following video is Uri’s own account from his first trip to Iceland in April this year. A trip where plans had to be changed due to the effect of an erupting volcano.