The Greenland Ice Project commenced with a month long visit to East Greenland in March 2010. To date there have been six visits, which have included a double crossing (almost) of the icecap by dogsled, and static camps set on the eastern and western sides of the icesheet. In June 2013, the documentary covering the initial stages of the project was completed and had its World Premiere at the Sydney Film Festival.
As the project developed, the focus shifted from the landscape to the abandoned cold war radar stations situated on the icecap, known as DYE2 and DYE3.
The first major exhibition from the project opens at ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne in November 2013. The photographs in the exhibition appear in the previous section.
The most recent journey in May 2013 was to a static camp established at DYE 2 on the Western Icesheet of Greenland. Logistical support was generously supplied by the National Science Foundation (Washington DC) and Polar Field.