Hi! I’m Sandra Angers-Blondin.
I am an ecologist and photographer originally from Québec, Canada and now based in Scotland. I have been working in Northern Canada since 2010, studying how tundra vegetation responds to climate change.
This digital portfolio showcases photographs taken during an expedition (July-August 2018) to Qikiqtaruk-Herschel Island in the Canadian Arctic, supported by the Environmental Awareness Bursary from the Royal Photographic Society and The Photographic Angle. The bursary allowed me to go back to one of my favourite field sites and document it visually, in addition to my science work with Team Shrub.
The Arctic is an amazing part of the world that few people get to see. I hope you will enjoy travelling there through my photographs, and learn more about the rapid changes happening at the top of the world.
2018 - First place, Dynamic Ecosystems category
British Ecological Society annual competition
2018 - Environmental Awareness Bursary (under 30’s)
The Royal Photographic Society & The Photographic Angle
2016 - First place, Winter category
Nature Sauvage magazine annual competition
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