David is an experienced polar professional from Sweden. Since 2012 he has been splitting his time between the Arctic and Antarctic, working as a full-time adventure guide and Expedition Leader. David has a wide range of experience from leading expeditions on different ships to dogsled driving and kayak guiding in the coldest regions of the world. He has led expeditions in Svalbard, Greenland, Scotland, Iceland, the Faeroe Islands, South Georgia, the Falkland Islands and of course Antarctica. In May 2016 David completed an unsupported crossing of Greenland’s inland ice following the footsteps of one of his heroes, Fridtjof Nansen. The 600-kilometer long journey across the ice took 27 days. Also, he has spent several winters driving snowmobiles and guiding for Sweden’s Ice Hotel, often in -50degC temperatures. Beyond being a polar history enthusiast, David is educated in earth sciences and glaciology and is an accomplished lecturer.