The book showcases his images from the Arctic and spans six years of Vincent’s expeditions to polar places, most often made alone and with full autonomy.
He pulled heavy sleds and trekked and skied hundreds of miles to capture the lives of white wolves, polar bears, foxes, caribou, musk oxen, Arctic hares and snowy owls in the white and frozen vastness of this region.
An artist, adventurer and patient observer of the natural world, Vincent credits his parents with instilling his love of wildlife and wild places.
Vincent’s photographs are published in international publications such as Savage Land, National Geographic, Paris Match and BBC Wildlife Magazine. And his images are regularly exhibited at photography festivals and in art galleries in his native France and other countries. He is the founder of Kobalann editions and his stunning book collection is available online.