Listen to their stories

People from all over the Arctic have shared stories with us. Here, we present our Audiographs - a combination of audio recordings and photography. Click on a photograph, then sit back and listen. Headphones are recommended. There are more stories to come.

Meet Sorine

Meet Sorine

Sorine Petersen
Aasiaat, Greenland

Performer, dog lover, entrepreneur.

Sorine invites us into the drum dance, a traditional form of both entertainment and self-expression.

This is an Audiograph, and it’s two minutes long. Think of it as an audio documentary with a visual element or as a photograph illustrated by sound.

We love to listen, and we hope you will too. Take a moment and Meet Sorine.

(Headphones recommended)

Meet Zoe

Meet Zoe

Zoe Oopik Elverum
Pond Inlet, Nunavut, Canada

Student’s Council Vice President, singer, future paramedic.

Zoe tells us about her passion.

This is an Audiograph, and it’s two minutes long. Think of it as an audio documentary with a visual element or as a photograph illustrated by sound.

We love to listen, and we hope you will too. Take a moment and Meet Zoe.

(Headphones recommended)

Meet the Choir

Meet the Choir

Store Norske Men’s Choir
Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway

Singers from all walks of life in this community of 2,150 at 78 degrees north.

These men dress as coal miners and sing together at a special concert in an abandoned mining building. From warm-ups to mining ballads and English hits, they celebrate the heritage of their town.

This is an Audiograph, and it’s two minutes long. Think of it as an audio documentary with a visual element or as a photograph illustrated by sound.

We love to listen, and we hope you will too. Take a moment and Meet the Choir.

(Headphones recommended)