In 2017, Valentin dreams of nature and travel. Encouraged by one of his professors, he decided to create the Hundraputi project, which aims to spend 100 days in the Arctic, from Sweden to Greenland via Norway.
He then organised a first thirty-day expedition in the Arctic environment during August 2018, alone and autonomously. His objective is to walk from Kiruna (Sweden) to Narvik (Norway). After crossing the Abisko National Park, he finally made a diversion to Tromsø and the Lyngen Alps to refuel and photograph this unique place.
The trip to Greenland was too expensive and he decided to modify his Hundraputi project by isolating himself for a winter in a hut four hundred kilometers above the Arctic Circle.
From mid-January to March 2019, he lives alone in a wooden hut on the plains of Finnmark, one of the coldest regions in Norway. He spends his days exploring, photographing and filming. A new project was born: Alone beneath the Northern Lights.
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