Limited edition art prints of selected images will be released every few months. Each photograph will limited to a series of 40 prints in the format offered. Gallery enquiries and special order print requests can be sent by mail or email.
DVDs and VOD screenings of Dianne Whelans film on Mt Everest, 40 Days at Base Camp available for purchase below. Dianne can also be hired for public or private screening of her films.
Base Camp: 40 Days on Everest Paperback
Each spring, over eight hundred climbers attempt to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. The conditions are challenging, and without warning can become life-threatening. Some make it to the top of what is considered the world’s most majestic mountain, but others are not so lucky, and in the attempt to reach the elusive summit, many more have tragically lost their lives. Not all are recovered, their bodies left to the mountain. In the spring of 2010, 18,000 feet above sea level, documentaryfilmmaker Dianne Whelan immersed herself in the challenging and captivating world of base camp on Mt. Everest.
This Vanishing Land: A Woman’s Journey to the Canadian Arctic Paperback
In the spring of 2007 the Canadian Forces and the Canadian Rangers, the regiment responsible for providing a military presence in isolated communities, set out on a treacherous journey across jagged sea ice and over steep and hostile terrain. Their mission was to travel over two thousand kilometres by snowmobile from Resolute to the Canadian Forces Station Alert, and plant a Canadian flag enroute at Ward Hunt Island. Author, photographer and filmmaker Dianne Whelan is the first woman toaccompany the Rangers on this never before patrolled route of the northwestern coast of Ellesmere Island.
Basecamp: 40 Days On Everest
Each spring, over eight hundred climbers attempt to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. Some make it to the top of what is considered the world’s most majestic mountain, but others are not so lucky, and in the attempt to reach the elusive summit, many more have tragically lost their lives. You can stream the film on Vimeo or buy the DVD directly.