Pioneering small-ship expedition cruise company Heritage Expeditions is excited to announce its partnership with award-winning Australian travel photographer and author of ReIMAGINE: Change your Photography by Changing your Perspective Ewen Bell offering his bespoke, small group photography workshops on three voyages in 2024.
The family-owned and operated cruise company’s Commercial Director and Expedition Leader Aaron Russ said Bell’s photography workshops, limited to just 8 photographers per voyage, on board flagship Heritage Adventurer was the natural progression of a longstanding relationship.
“Heritage Expeditions has had the privilege of Ewen joining our voyages since 2009, he is an accomplished photographer and videographer of tremendous talents and his relatable, easygoing nature and genuine interest in guests and sharing the art of photography with them is without peer,” said Aaron.
“We are incredibly excited to welcome Ewen back on board and give guests the opportunity to benefit from his more than two-decades of photography experience and teaching while exploring some of the world’s most remote and photogenic destinations in Heritage Expeditions authentic expedition cruise style.”
“This is something we have talked about doing for years and I am incredibly excited we are able to create a whole new way for people to connect with photography and travel,” he said.
“The places Heritage Expeditions explores really are a photographer’s dream and I can’t wait to share these through a lens with our guests.”
Bell will be joining Heritage Expeditions Japan’s National Parks, Art & Culture (24 May – 8 June), Kimberley Explorer (11 – 21 August) and Galapagos of the Southern Ocean (18 – 29 December) 2024 departures as its on board photographer. While Bell will provide lectures and photography advice to all guests, those joining his photography workshops will also take part in a dedicated series of presentations and interactive sessions on board the Heritage Adventurer and excursions out in the field to capture the light, wildlife, wilderness and culture.