Chris Burkard in Boston
Iceland Around the Corner | Boston
Enjoy Icelandic food, cocktails, music, film, and more at the premiere Icelandic experience ‘Iceland Around the Corner’ in Boston.
On October 21st at Icelandair’s ‘Around the Corner’ event in Boston, adventure photographer Chris Burkard shares his experiences and stunning images taken in Iceland. Join renowned adventure photographer and 66°North Brand Ambassador Chris Burkard on a journey through Iceland as he shares his experiences and stunning images. Burkard's photos capture the essence of Iceland and the stories of his incredible travels throughout the country. Burkard is renowned for capturing stunning landscapes and moments of bliss, adventure-seeking lifestyle, movement, and intuitive light-working capabilities.
Chris Burkard is an award-winning, self-taught photographer and artist whose images are punctuated by energized landscapes and moments of bliss, by adventure seeking and the lifestyle that ensues, by movement and intuitive light-working capabilities.
It's quite likely you've seen some of his outstanding photography of Iceland and beyond, including collaborations with Icelandair such as cycling through Iceland's Westfjords region. Join us on Saturday 21st of October at 3pm to learn more all about his adventures and process.
Where: Garage B at the Speedway, 1420 Soldiers Field Rd, Boston
When: Saturday, October 21. 3pm local time.
How to get around the corner: Garage B is at the intersection of Western Avenue and Arsenal Street at Soldiers Field Road. It's conveniently reachable from downtown Boston, Cambridge, Watertown, Newton, and surrounding areas. It's well-connected by several bus lines, such as the 70 and 86, and is just a 0.7-mile walk from the Boston Landing Commuter Rail station.
Duration: We recommend that visits take around 1 hour.
Age requirements: All ages are welcome.
Accessibility: All buildings at the event site are wheelchair accessible.
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