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Salmon Seining in Sepia

Commercial fishing in Alaska is where it all started for me. My first camera was mailed general delivery through the USPS to Ketchikan, Alaska. I was there on a commercial fishing boat – Salmon Seiner to be specific – for the summer. I was seeing the most beautiful things and was overcome with a desire to share them. […]

By |August 9th, 2016|blog, recent work, scott's life|0 Comments

Alaskan winter surf trip on a commercial fishing boat

Digging around in the archive here today I uncovered a fun little adventure from a few years back. I joined a group of surfing buddies on a winter surf trip aboard another friends commercial fishing boat here in Alaska. It was early April, plenty of darkness and snow still hanging around but we were all eager to get out and catch some waves. […]

By |December 31st, 2015|blog, outdoor adventure, scott's life, surf|0 Comments

The psychology of surfing in Alaska

Why do you surf in Alaska?!
In my search for some better way of answering this question I came across a San Francisco State University study that seemed applicable. Surfing in Alaska is not cheap, easy, or normal, but we love it and without a doubt, it makes us happy. […]

By |April 16th, 2015|outdoor adventure, scott's life|0 Comments
  • drone cineflex shotover westcam GSS quadcopter cinestar UAV

Cineflex vs drone comparison

You can’t hardly think about aerial video without some drone buzzing through the background of your mind these days. So what’s the deal? If you can capture smooth aerial video from a drone who needs the big helicopter and cineflex anymore? […]

By |March 16th, 2015|aerial, blog, video|1 Comment
  • Jason Slezak, kitesurf ambassador for Patagonia, kiting near a huge iceberg in a glacial lake in Alaska.

Product Testing with Patagonia

Good times with good friends testing good products in our incredible backyard.

Patagonia, the outdoor clothing brand, recently released a drysuit that was built for kiting in cold water. They wanted to make sure this thing was everything they hoped. So they made the smart move and sent a crew north to prove the suit. […]

By |February 12th, 2015|blog, outdoor adventure, recent work, scott's life|0 Comments