As a photographer, mountaineer and guide Colin Monteath worked for the New Zealand Antarctic Research Programme (now Antarctica New Zealand) for 10 years and has now visited Antarctica and many of the sub-antarctic islands over 100 times spanning 29 seasons since 1973. His polar landscape, wildlife and documentary photography is comprehensive and extremely sought after for both editorial and advertising work. Imagery spans the Ross Sea region, Ross Island, Scott, Shackleton and Borchgrevink historic huts, Dry valleys, Trans-antarctic mountains, Mt Erebus, South Pole, Polar Plateau, Ellsworth Mountains, Vinson massif, Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, South Sandwich Islands, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Macquarie Island, Campbell Island, Auckland islands etc. Colin has published four books on Antarctica and contributed written chapters and images to many others. Images of icebergs, sea ice, volcanoes, science, transport, fixed wing and helicopter aircraft, icebreakers, tourism, mountaineering, penguins, seals, whales and seabirds.
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