Out of Thin Air documents expeditions which record the beauty of arctic ice sculptures.
The Arctic has a compelling allure, something that draws us in. Surreal glaciers invite you to explore the sublime yet dangerous blue caves; vast seascapes of countless crystalline sculptures journeying with the tide. Out of thin air, snowflakes appear, born high above within cold grey clouds. The freezing air turning the vapour, formless and chaotic, into ice sculptures. Snowflakes compact and expand for millennia before glaciers are formed. Where glaciers meet the ocean, giant pieces break off the calving face and icebergs are born. Many reports indicate that in 25 years time there will no longer be any icebergs along the coast of Greenland, meaning that soon the grandeur and overwhelming beauty of the arctic seascape will have forever changed.