Antarctica and more with Paul North

We go to the ends of the earth in this episode. Paul North, of Meet the Ocean, shares his knowledge and stories about shooting from places such as Antarctica, Greenland and everything in between.

This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 72 for March 31, 2020.


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  5. I plan to finally get organized by Sunday the 5th of April. These past few weeks have been very hectic and I’ll explain everything in that episode, introduce the new regular guests and I’ll be answering a listener question. He feels like an imposter and we’ve had some good conversations these last few days and I look forward to discussing that with you.

Main Topic

Today I’m talking with Paul North about his organization called Meet the Ocean, Paul, Welcome to the Show!

  1. We briefly met at Walla Walla University. Tell us a little bit about why you were there.
  2. What is Meet the Ocean?
  3. Tell us a bit about your Podcast
  4. Tell us about some gear and the different types of imagery and videos you produce.
  5. Tell us about shooting in Antarctica. 
  6. Where are you off to next? What types of stories do you anticipate being able to tell with your work there?