Join Us to reDiscover Antarctica with Jonathan Irish

Join us on November 30th for a webinar with Jonathan Irish, a travel and conservation photographer represented by National Geographic.

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Join Us to reDiscover Antarctica with Jonathan Irish

This November 30th at 3 pm EST we will host a webinar with our special guest panelist Jonathan Irish, a travel and conservation photographer represented by National Geographic. Jonathan has traveled to Antarctica on several occasions, and he will tell us about how he is preparing to travel with Antarctica21 this December.

Find out what Jonathan is looking forward to when returning to the Last Continent and his personal Antarctic experiences and passions, including:

  • Antarctic Travel Highlights
  • Expert Tips on Photography in Antarctica
  • Recommended Gear for an Antarctic Adventure
  • Antarctica21 Travel Itineraries

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To share in our excitement, register now and attend our reDiscover Antarctica Webinar with Jonathan Irish!

When: November 30, 2021 at 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Webinar: reDiscover Antarctica with Jonathan Irish

Register in advance for this webinar here!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Why reDiscover Antarctica?

It’s a word we have been talking about a lot here at Antarctica21. It will be their first time stepping foot on the Antarctic continent for most of our guests, but then why the “re”? The answer is “we.” This time around, Antarctica21 – our crew, expert guides, pilots, captains are stepping back into this remote destination after a long absence, one we have all felt in some way or another.

After our long absence from Antarctica, our guides and staff want nothing more than to return to the place that makes their soul feel most alive. Whether that is for the landscapes, wildlife, or million-year history Antarctica has to offer, we are more than excited to share our return to this untamed continent together with you. For our team and guests, they will reDiscover Antarctica and all of its wild beauty together.

Join us on this webinar to learn about what we have been missing and what we expect upon our return.

Meet the Webinar Host & Panelist

Host: Jamie Ensey

Jamie Ensey studied Mass Communication at Texas State University and worked in marketing and advertising at a PR firm in Boston. She moved to Chile in 2010 and worked in the non-profit sector, within an organization that connects international volunteers with children at risk in Santiago. She focused on brand management, development, and marketing while also volunteering. Starting in 2013, Jamie was the Marketing Manager, North America at a luxury hotel group where she oversaw brand management, website development, online advertising, social media strategy, and North American Sales. Jamie joined Antarctica21 in 2018 as Director of Marketing.

Special Guest Panelist: Jonathan Irish

Based in Golden, Colorado, conservation photographer Jonathan Irish specializes in documenting travel and wildlife at home and abroad.

Jonathan has photographed on all seven continents and has traveled and photographed in over 80 countries.

Jonathan’s work has appeared in many publications in print and online including National Geographic and The New York Times, on BBC, CNN, Condé Nast Traveler, Smithsonian Magazine, Travel + Leisure, The Telegraph, and elsewhere.

For the 2016 centennial of the U.S. National Park Service, Jonathan went on assignment for National Geographic Traveler on a year-long road trip visiting and photographing all 59 of America’s national parks.

Through his photographic work, Jonathan seeks to share the beauty of the natural world while highlighting important conservation stories so that future generations may enjoy the same beautiful world in which we live today.

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