Dr Huw Lewis-Jones is a historian and editor with a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Huw was Curator at the Scott Polar Research Institute and the National Maritime Museum and is now an award-winning author who writes and lectures widely about maritime history, exploration and the visual arts. His books include Arctic, Ocean Portraits, In Search of the South Pole, and Mountain Heroes, which won Adventure Book of the Year at the World ITB Awards in Germany. n 2015 he was awarded the Leif Erikson Exploration History Award by The Exploration Museum in Iceland for his commitment to the history of exploration. Huw is currently Editorial Director of the indie publisher Polarworld. Kari Herbert first started travelling at the age of 10 months with her father, the pioneering explorer Sir Wally Herbert. Her first book, The Explorer's Daughter, was chosen as 'Book of the Week' by BBC Radio 4.