The Chef For The British Antarctic Survey
Three years ago Antony Dubber had a job that was, by his own admission, ‘boringly predictable.’
As head chef for a major British pharmaceutical company he prepared canapés for cocktail parties and roast beef and Yorkshire pudding for boardroom lunches.
Then one day the 35-year-old was flicking through a catering magazine and was struck by a job advert that read: ‘I think you will find our freezer a little bigger than you’re used to.’
Today, Antony works in one of the most remote, dangerous and beautiful places on Earth – Antarctica.
Read more and see the fantastic photographs in the Daily Mail.