Brad and David in California celebrating the completion of the book
Bob Headland (right) is the world’s foremost authority on Polar history. Bob, along with 6 other leading Antarctic historians, vetted our book.
Book launch: David Hirzel presenting at our book launch at the South Pole-sium Antarctic Conference at the Fram Museum, Oslo
Dinner on Fram (David Hirzel at the front left of the photo)
Dinner on Fram — Amundsen’s Antarctic ship. David Hirzel on the front left, Brad Borkan on the front right. Seated next to David is Dr. Isobel Williams who is also an Antarctic author.
Brad being interviewed by Joan Goldstein on cable TV in the USA
Brad signing a book after a book talk
On the deck of Scott’s Antarctic ship, the Discovery (Brad and David are in the center of the photo)
Dinner on board Scott’s Antarctic ship, the Discovery (from the right Jim & Geraldine McAdam, Seamus Taaffe, Brad Borkan
Brad presenting to a business audience at the Dorchester Hotel in London
Kevin Kenny, Antarctic historian and lecturer at the Shackleton Museum in Athy, Ireland
Jonathan Shackleton (related to Sir Ernest Shackleton) with Brad
At the Captain Scott Society dinner, June 2018. From left to right: Cathy Cooper, Mike Tarver (Antarctic author), Dr. David Wilson (Antarctic historian and descendant of Antarctic explorer Dr. Edward Wilson), Wendy Driver, Brad Borkan
At the RGS, Sir Ranulph Fiennes (on the left). He is the world’s greatest living explorer
The B2B Marketing Leaders Forum — attended by 150 business executives
Brad presenting at the B2B Marketing Leaders Forum in London
Voice Arts Award nomination featuring Dennis Kleinman, our audiobook narrator
Voice Arts Awards marquee at Warner Bros Studios in Hollywood
Brad meeting Dennis Kleinman (our audiobook narrator) for the first time in Santa Monica, Calif. Bottle of Shackleton Whiskey on the table.
Voice Arts Awards opening ceremony
Our book listed at the Voice Arts Awards for Best Audiobook – History category
Brad with actress Gwendoline Yeo (starred in Desperate Housewives) at the Voice Arts Awards
Voice Arts Award Nominee logo
Seb Coulthard (left) was one of the six men who recreated Shackleton’s boat journey in 2013 for the Discovery Channel.
Arved Fuchs (left) is one of the greatest living Polar explorers, and the first man to walk to the North and South Poles in one year.
David Hirzel on board a wooden ship he is involved in building in California
David Hirzel by the Pacific Ocean
James Caird boat on display at Dulwich College. James Caird Society reception happening in the same venue.