Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of partnering with an amazing group of photographers, videographers, and organizations to advance polar bear tourism and Canadian tourism as a whole.
Our Content Partners
Jad Davenport is an author, photographer and filmmaker represented by National Geographic. His work has appeared in National Geographic magazines and books, Islands, Outside, Men’s Journal, Smithsonian, GEO, Conde Nast, Travel + Leisure, Newsweek, Audubon and others. He is a member of the Explorers Club in New York, leads international travel and wildlife photography journeys and teaches an online course, Travel Photography: The Essential Guide.
Dennis Fast is an internationally recognized wildlife photographer. His photographs have appeared in numerous calendars, magazines and books. Dennis’s polar bear images are featured in the new world class polar bear exhibit Journey to Churchill in Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park Zoo. Dennis has also recently published a children’s story about polar bears titled Princess, which was short-listed for “Children’s Book of the Year” in Manitoba in 2014, and a coffee table book titled Touch the Arctic.
Charles Glatzer is a Canon Explorer of Light and has been celebrated internationally with over 40 prestigious awards for superior photographic competence demonstrated through photographic competition, advanced education, and service to the profession. His images have appeared in many publications worldwide including National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, National Parks, Discover Diving, and Smithsonian. As an accomplished natural history and keynote speaker, Chas has presented at many prestigious events such as Explorer’s Club NYC, Audubon, Sierra Club, Nature Conservancy, and NANPA.
Ian Johnson is a Professional Safari Guide, Eco-tourism Consultant, and Professional Photographer. As a photographer, Ian has received several Southern African and International Awards for his wildlife and natural history photography. Ian’s experience has made him a specialist in animal behaviour giving him an uncanny, intuitive ability to predict and anticipate animals and situations! Ian believes in adventure & thrills! And this is what he has been doing for the last 20 years by constantly striving to spread the magic of the natural world through his guest’s veins while on safari.
UK-based Andy Skillen has been a wildlife photographer and photojournalist for more than 25 years Working globally for all the industry’s major media, Andy is on the road working for up to six months every year from the high Arctic to the depths of the Congo basin in order to supply a full range of images and articles on wildlife and conservation issues from all continents.
Whilst continuing to focus much of his time on feeding these organisations and companies with material, he also supplies a number of publishing houses for specially-commissioned book titles and has also active sets of fine art limited editions which have been sold through galleries in the UK and overseas for more than 12 years. He also continues to undertake private commissions for collectors both corporate and individual.
Robert Postma began a love affair with photography at a very early age. He has traveled the world, honing his skills in Iceland, Bolivia and throughout North America but considers Churchill and the Hudson Bay area to be among his favorite destinations for photography. His photos have been published in calendars, books, travel guides and magazines and have won numerous awards.
Build Films is a visual content production company based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They produce inspiring videos and photos for national campaigns, documentaries, advertisements, brand-stories, PSAs, events, commercials and more. They’re a team of extraordinarily creative individuals who work tirelessly to deliver superior results.
Our Tourism Partners
Over the years, we’ve received an overwhelming amount of support that has brought us to where we are today. Here are a few of the organizations near and dear to us to which we’re grateful we can pay that support forward.