Catlin Arctic Survey 2010
Catlin Arctic Survey 2010 - an international collaboration between polar explorers, marine biologists and oceanographers to investigate increased carbon dioxide absorption in the Arctic Ocean.
Martin and the other two members of the explorer team, Ann Daniels and Charlie Paton, were dropped onto the Arctic Ocean sea ice at 85°32'00"N, 77°45'00"W on 14 March. They collected ice and water samples along their route to the North Geographic Pole, covering a distance of 777km. The team were picked up at 90°N on 13 May.
- Photographer Captures Arctic
CNN put together this photo essay of the Catlin Arctic Survey 2010 expedition...though strangely missed the fact that whilst Martin did indeed 'document the work of 2 polar explorers' as expedition photographer/videographer, Martin was also a key member of the ice team himself.
Martin Hartley takes his MP to the ends of the earth, 26 May 2010
Martin Hartley records historic images with Leica MP, 24 May 2010
Trek to guage carbon's impact on Arctic sea life, 25 Feb 2010
Arctic explorer Martin Hartley to capture moments in history with Leica MP
Photography Monthly, 1 Mar 2010
Digital Photographer, 1 Mar 2010
Professional Photographer, 1 Mar 2010
Red Bull Illume 7 June 2010
Surviving Harsh Arctic Conditions 19 Apr 2010
Greenbang, 16 Mar 2010