No ordinary place,
No ordinary assignment.
In late 2013, Air New Zealand launched a global search to find an environmental enthusiast keen to share the wonders of the Antarctic frozen continent with the world.
Australian student filmmaker Marli Lopez-Hope and Kiwi ‘outdoorsman’ Michael Armstrong were selected from almost 2,000 applicants across 52 countries to travel to Antarctica on assignment with Air New Zealand.
Marli and Michael deployed to Antarctica in January 2014, where they spent two weeks assisting National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards capture life on the ice and to help draw worldwide attention to scientific research and the environment in Antarctica.