Gold Harbour & St. Andrews

Nov 15, 2019 - National Geographic Explorer


There aren’t many better days in expedition travel. Two of the most spectacular locations on the planet in a single day—Gold Harbour, followed by St. Andrews Bay. Tens of thousands of king penguins made early wake-up calls bearable, and after a foggy start, the mountains and glaciers finally revealed themselves, leaving guests speechless as they enjoyed this special place.

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Jamie Coleman

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Jamie is from England. He grew up in Oxford, about as far from the sea as you can get in the UK, yet somehow decided he would work in marine biology and conservation. Ever since he reached his teens, he has dedicated time to this passion, working and volunteering in various roles on nature reserves and in aquariums. It was no surprise that in 2007, he left home to study marine biology at the University of Newcastle.

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Ashley Karitis

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Ashley was raised in Central Oregon where she spent her childhood ski racing, riding horses, playing classical piano, and working summer jobs on a dude ranch. She then attended the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles earning degrees in cinema-television, history, and international relations. Although immersed in the studies of narrative filmmaking, she gravitated toward the process, deeper on-camera conversations, and scientific and human themes explored in documentary production.

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