In striking and poignant images, Sue Flood takes us to Antarctica and the Arctic — Earth’s coldest places. Flood has made numerous journeys there as a renowned filmmaker, guide, and photographer, yet her sense of awe in these remote lands never fades. From the sweetness of penguins to the grandeur of vast ice shelves, she captures moments of intense drama and epic beauty.
Her work also carries an important message. Flood explores the delicate relationship between this wilderness and its inhabitants and sounds a warning about our changing climate. Many will never travel to the polar regions, but through her work, Flood inspires us with a desire to respect and protect these lands and, above all, to engage with the natural world that surrounds us.
Every day at 10:00am between February 14 and April 7