Motorized Paragliding in Alaska Magazine

The June issue of Alaska Magazine features Scott’s article and photographs about motorized paragliding in Homer.

Scott discusses the growing popularity of the sport, illustrated by breathtaking aerial shots of paragliders over Kachemak Bay. […]

By |June 22nd, 2017|aerial, blog, outdoor adventure, published, recent work|0 Comments
  • Alaskan Brewing and Scott Dickerson photography

Year of beer

Hi, my name is Scott and I’m a professional beer drinker.

What’s it like to be sponsored by a brewery? Maybe you should ask my friends, they seemed to really think it was a great year! […]

  • Peony flower farming in Homer, Alaska.

Alaskan flower farmers

Alaska’s next boom? Forget oil, it’s flowers! I don’t think Michelle and Beth were comparing the two exactly when they planted their first peony roots a few years ago, but oil prices are low (today) and the demand for their peony flowers is steadily growing. […]

By |January 8th, 2015|blog, published, recent work|6 Comments

Alaskan Brewing Icy Bay IPA beer release

As mentioned in my recent post, I’m working with the fine folks at Alaskan Brewing this year. The first major project was the labeling for their new beer just released last week – Icy Bay IPA. […]

By |March 31st, 2014|blog, published, recent work, scott's life, surf|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