Here's a little teaser of the journey across the Greenland Sea. I shot most of it (except the bit where I'm steering and get drenched like a teen actor on You Can't Do That On Television), and it was edited by my buddy Matt, a pretty talented British cameraman and editor.
Three days from our departure point in Spitsbergen (an island about 500 miles north of Norway), in the middle of the Greenland Sea, things got rough. While many hollow-eyed crewmembers tucked into cabins or over toilets below, some tried to find the fun of the wild ride.
--Artist Dan Harvey's total inability to stay on his feet inside.
--My (aforementioned) splashing, that looks as if it were set up by a hollywood crew. (It wasn't--that was real stingy, salty sea water.)
Top Secret Tidbit:
No more than 5 minutes before he's belting out "Money For Nothing," Matt was vomiting over the side.
(And don't worry about your camera, Blake. I've heard salt water is great for them.)