Wordless Wednesday: Brecknock Peninsula

Alright, so I’m breaking the rules of “wordless Wednesday,” but I just have to write about this place. Only accessible from the water, defined by stark rocky outcrops and harsh winds… Brecknock Peninsula captivates me. Located near the west entrance to the Strait of Magellan, the peninsula is the westernmost projection of the Isla Grande de Tierra del … More Wordless Wednesday: Brecknock Peninsula

Sailing with a Legend: Capturing the Chilean Coast

After finishing our journey from Huinay to Punta Arenas with the Eh Team aboard Saoirse, Jim and I both stayed on board to crew for the next leg: a filming expedition with iconic Chilean documentarian Patricio Guzmán. Patricio’s path to international acclaim began in the early 1970’s when Chile was embroiled in a time of … More Sailing with a Legend: Capturing the Chilean Coast

Getting Colder

When I left for Argentina, North America was firmly in the icy jaws of the Polar Freeze. I remember shivering while picking a careful path down the icy streets of New York City, comforted only by the promise of a warm South American summer. I really thought I had things figured out: leave North America … More Getting Colder