Situated in the North Atlantic, Iceland is a country like no other. With a total size of 40,000 square kilometres, Icealnd is an un-spoilt natural wonder that has human population of 330,000 people. As such, it is the most sparsely populated country in Europe and as a result it is filled with jaw dropping landscape and a whole host of wildlife, including the iconic killer whale.
In February 2016, I travelled to this beautiful country in search of Orca, the largest member of the dolphin family. Along the way, I explored some of the most breath taking landscapes I have ever set my eyes on as well as documenting a great diversity of Icelandic wildlife. For me, no words can describe the sheer awesomeness of this place, I just hope my photographs do this island justice.