Treasures from the Tundra
National Geographic photographer ERIKA LARSEN and archaeologist DR. RICHARD KNECHT will reveal how climate change–driven melting ice has unearthed thousands of exquisitely preserved artifacts around the world—and how corresponding rising sea levels have forced archaeologists into a race to find and protect still-hidden treasures before it’s too late. National Geographic magazine writer Ann Williams will lead a discussion. – April 18 2017

Photographic Expeditions with National Geographic/ Lindblad
Nordic Passages: Shetlands, Orkney, Faroes, and Iceland – June 2017

Scandinavia by Sea: Denmark, Sweden, and Norway- June 2017

Santa Fe Workshops – Telling Stories 2017
I will be teaching a storytelling workshop at the wonderful Santa Fe Workshops in New Mexico. Come prepared to fully immerse yourself in the photographic experience and discover how to build the relationships that allow you to create images on an intimate, personal, and respectful level.
July 9 – 14, 2017

National Geographic Student Expeditions –
Yosemite and San Francisco Photo Workshop 2017

I will be leading a high school student expedition in California this July along with a group of 4 other amazing artists and photographers. One of the best experiences I have every year.
July 17 – July 28, 2017

Photographic Expeditions with National Geographic/ Lindblad
Journey to Antarctica: The White Continent- January 2018

Photographic Expeditions with National Geographic/ Lindblad
Land Of The Ice Bears: An In-Depth Exploration Of Arctic Svalbard- May 2018