Nunavut raised, Sarah McNair-Landry has been working in film and photography for the last 8 years. She has written and directed several films, “Pittarak”, a 23 minute about an expedition across the Greenland Ice cap, “Pour ne pas Perdre le Nords”, a 23-minute documentary on waste management in the north, and “Changing Shape” a 10-minute film profiling an Inuit carver, the later films both produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
Her films have played at film festivals across North America and she is a published photographer. Her photographs have appeared in exhibit at the Telluride Film Festival and at the Iqaluit Museum.
When Sarah isn’t filming, she works as an athlete arctic adventurer expeditioning to some of the most extreme places on the planet, including the North and South Pole.