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Dickerson Stills & Motion and Surf Alaska are hiring an office manager to start part-time at 15 hours/week.

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By |February 7th, 2017|blog, scott's life|0 Comments

Introducing our new logo

New year, new look. Here at SDP having a logo/wordmark that summed up who we are has long been on the wish list. If you’ve ever tried to create something that ‘sums’ you or your business up you know that it is an intimidating process. […]

By |January 19th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Extreme.

Often times surfing in Alaska doesn’t actually feel that extreme. Wetsuit technology is so good these days that being too hot is more often the problem than being too cold. And that’s without a battery powered heated vest.

But this day was. Extreme. Ridiculously so. So it is no surprise that National Geographic thought it was a natural for the Extreme Photo of the Week. Get a sweater on and a hot cup of chocolate and then read all about it.

By |November 13th, 2013|outdoor adventure, published, surf|0 Comments

Filming for Patagonia Wetsuits

The clothing and outdoors brand/religion known as patagonia just released their 2014 wetsuit guide video. Patagonia surf ambassadors Chris and Keith Malloy’s recent trip to Alaska is featured with footage by Scott Dickerson. Check it out.

This project was special for us on several levels. For one thing it was an opportunity for Scott to showcase that his talents aren’t only in still photography. It also gave us another chance to show new friends how we have fun in Alaska – ¬†on a great surf trip with Ocean Swell Ventures on the M/V Milo. The timing just worked out such that our friend Daniel Zatz of Zatzworks was in the area shooting cineflex aerials and was kind enough to get a few shots for this project […]

By |September 30th, 2013|blog, outdoor adventure, published, recent work, surf|0 Comments
  • Aerial view of stand up paddlesurfing the Turnagain Arm boretide in Cook Inlet, Alaska. Eric Newberry, Dave Calkins, and Mike McCune rode the wave caused by the incoming tide for up to five miles on their standup paddleboards.

Red Bull Illume Image Quest 2013

Just wanted to post a quick note to share our excitement and pride at one of Scott’s images being chosen as one of the top 50 images in Red Bull’s Illume Image Quest 2013. This contest hasn’t happened since 2010 and the caliber of photographers and athletes featured is staggering.

This photo was the result of Scott’s passion for surfing, aerial perspectives and pioneering surf in Alaska coming together on a magically beautiful morning to be photographing from his paramotor. […]

By |August 29th, 2013|aerial, blog, published|0 Comments