Daisy Gilardini is a conservation photographer who specializes in the Polar Regions, with a particular emphasis on Antarctic wildlife and North American bears. She fell in love with Antarctica during her first trip there in 1997. She has since devoted most of her time to photographing the Polar Regions. In 21 years of polar exploration, she has joined almost 70 expeditions to Antarctica and the Arctic. Among her accomplishments, she has skied the final degree to the North Pole.
She is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP) and the SeaLegacy Collective, a fellow of the New York-based Explorers Club, and member of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Daisy’s images have been published internationally in leading magazines such as National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Canadian Geographic, Nature’s Best and Outdoor Photography. Her work has been recognized by some of the world’s most prestigious photography awards, including BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Travel Photography of the Year, and the Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards.
Daisy Gilardini dives into how her passion and love for the outdoors shaped her life and what led her to the path of photography.
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