Dr. Vivien Cumming is an earth scientist, writer and photographer with a PhD in Early Life and Climate. She joined the team for Anturus Iceland to experience the volatile landscapes of the island first hand.
Joby Newson is an adventure filmmaker and photographer who travels the world to document the work of science communicators.
Naomi Moore is a passionate geographer and KS4&5 teacher, who joined the Anturus team to share her experiences of geography in action.
Fran Scott is a TV presenter, science communicator and a new member of the Anturus team. Fran was drawn to working with Anturus through her love of adventure and new experiences.
Dr. Melanie Windridge is a Plasma Physicist with a taste for adventure. Melanie wrote the book (literally) on the Aurora Borealis and has been involved with Anturus since 2015.
Neil Monteiro is a Physicist and Science Communicator. His love is for curiosity, amazement and experimental intermedia. Neil has been on every Anturus expedition and loves exploring the natural world
Huw James is the founder of Anturus. A passionate science communicator and educator, Huw chose Iceland for this trip for its fascinating geology and unusual climate.
Over the next few days the team visited some of Southern Iceland's most geothermally active areas
The Gunnuhver mud pools are the largest in Iceland