I was commissioned by Ford to join them on an epic road trip. Their entire journey stretched from Athens, Greece to Nordkapp in Norway. I was brought in for their Arctic Circle leg in the very north of Finland. Charged with photographing their new Kuga, I used it to explore frozen lakes, snow-covered forests and capture the northern lights. I also managed to find some Arctic wildlife on the way. Here are my images from the #KUGAdventure.

“Snow was falling, so much like stars, filling the dark trees.”
Mary Oliver

A Ford Kuga parked by a Frozen lake in Finland with the sun behind it.

A trypitch of the Ford Kuga in the snow, bathed in warm Arctic sunlight.

A triptych of a Ford Kuga featuring a side shot and some wing mirrors.

Sunset over a frozen lake in Finnish Lapland.

A triptych of a Ford Kuga in heavy snow in the Finnish Arctic.

The northern lights (aurora borealis) behind a snow-covered wooden teepee in Arctic Finland.

A triptych of Finnish Arctic animals: two reindeer and a husky.

A Ford Kuga stands alone by a frozen lake in a very high-key, minimal and snowy landscape.

A triptych of a wooden teepee hidden amongst the trees in Finnish Lapland.

A Ford Kuga parked in front of some very frozen trees in the north of Finland.

A diptych of some frozen trees in Lapland, Finland.

A Ford Kuga with motion blur travelling down an Arctic road at sunrise in Finland.

A lone reindeer crosses a snowy, tree-lined Arctic road in Finland.