Welcome to our Alaskan Photography Site

 
 
Alaska Photography 6171 Home My wife and I live in Wasilla, Alaska. Wasilla is 40 miles north of Anchorage and is home to about 6500 people.

Alaska photography is a passion of mine and I enjoy taking photographs of wolves,bears, landscapes, sports and eagles. Check out my eagle gallery.   My most recent photos are on my Blog. I update the blog with photos from my travels and keep it current.   I travel extensively around Alaska and take my camera everywhere. My work takes me to the most remote regions of the state. I enjoy the solitude and beauty of remote Alaska and have tried to capture images to reflect that. Some of the places I visit may be familiar because they are on the Iditarod trail. They are quite remote and require access by small plane. We also have sites in the most remote sections of the Alaska Range. This takes me to places like Lake Clark Pass and Merrill Pass. These sites are only accessible by helicopter.

For fun, my wife and I will drive to Seward or Homer south of us. These are must see places to visit while in Alaska. Although they are very crowded in the summer, there is some spectacular scenery and lots of activities for tourists. Heading north finds us having coffee in Talkeetna. Talkeetna is a jumping off place for Denali climbers and is buzzing with activity in the summer. You can get some great views of Denali from Talkeetna. We generally stay away from Denali National Park in the height of tourist season and prefer to hike or ride our 4-wheelers south of the park. If you visit Alaska, Denali National Park should be at the top of your list for places to see. Last year I was fortunate enough to get a lottery ticket which allowed me to drive my truck to Wonder Lake in mid-September.

 

My award winning prints have been featured in galleries as far away as Florida. My images have appeared in several calenders, cruise company brochures, National Geographic, Alaska Magazine, Last Frontier Magazine and Sierra Magazine.  My eagle photos have sold to The Bradford Exchange, been printed in a books, donated to veteran organizations and soldiers serving in Afghanistan and featured  online articles on photographing eagles.