National Nordic Museum, 2655 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107
Taste of Iceland in Seattle
Fireside chat with Alex Strohl: Through the Highlands of Iceland with 66°North
66°North Brand Ambassador and adventure photographer Alex Strohl shares his experiences and stunning images taken in Iceland.
66°North Photo Exhibit & Fireside Chat with Alex Strohl
66°North Brand Ambassador and adventure photographer Alex Strohl shares his experiences and stunning images taken in Iceland. The photo exhibition, “Through the Highlands of Iceland with 66°North,” hosted at the National Nordic Museum, will display photos captured by Alex that tell the stories of his travels with .
Complimentary Icelandic cocktails will be served.
Please Note: This event was previously planned at 1 PM but the event will now take place at 7 PM. We apologise for any convenience.
Unclaimed tickets will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis, on location 30 minutes before the event.
8 Oct 2022 @ 7-9 PM|
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Drawing inspiration from the wildest alpine environments, Strohl is as comfortable in the northern Rocky Mountains of his home in Whitefish, Montana, as he is diving off the shores of icy North Atlantic archipelagos. The result is an immersive visual experience that blurs the boundaries of life and work and humans and nature. His timeless style and eye for subtle, authentic moments transcend industries, from local ski brands to the world’s foremost watchmakers. Alex is based in Whitefish, Montana—but spends most of his time on the road with his life partner .
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Keeping Iceland active since 1926
For nearly 100 years, 66˚North has made life and activity possible where otherwise there would be none. The Icelandic weather is infamous for being extremely unpredictable, offering different combinations of rain, wind, snow, and sun every day. We’ve been challenging it for over nine decades, so we know a thing or two about versatility.
Our philosophy has always been that weather shouldn’t be an obstacle to going places. Our clothing is designed to be comfortable in everyday life but at the same time keep you prepared for the worst. 66° North is committed to creating high-quality products for versatile use with the mindset that they should last. Through the longevity of design, function, construction, care, and desirability, 66˚ North expects our products to reduce the need for long-term consumption, whether bought new or second-hand.
66˚ North is a carbon-neutral business.