Carsten Egevang is an award-winning Danish photographer with more than 25 years of field experience. As a seabird researcher with a PhD in Arctic biology, he has traveled to the most remote parts of Greenland. Egevang started his career in photography as a traditional wildlife photographer shooting only in color. In recent years, he has moved into black-and-white photography, documenting the strong bond between wildlife and Indigenous people of Greenland. Egevang is the author of several books on Greenland, and his images have been widely used around the world in newspapers and magazines.