Alaskan Brewing Celebrates 30 Years of Beer

Scott and the Hybrid Color Film crew traveled to Juneau to create a video commemorating Alaskan Brewing’s 30th anniversary. […]

By |September 5th, 2017|blog, published, recent work, uncategorized, video|0 Comments

The making of Alaskan Birch Syrup

As it drips from the tree, 50 gallons of Maple sap will produce one gallon of syrup. in Homer, Alaska this spring Jake Beaudoin has had to evaporate 160 gallons of birch sap to produce a single gallon of the precious Birch syrup. That’s a lot of evaporating. […]

By |May 1st, 2014|blog, uncategorized|0 Comments
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Living life Alaskan – with Alaskan Brewing Co.

What does it mean to ‘live life Alaskan?’  The first thing about being an Alaskan is you have to break your own trail. To live the Alaskan life is really to live your own life, in your own way, on your own terms. To each his own. This opportunity to stake out your own claim on life is what brought many to Alaska, and what keeps the rest like me from leaving. […]

By |February 11th, 2014|blog, outdoor adventure, scott's life, uncategorized|0 Comments

Meditation on ice

This photo is another in an ongoing concept I’m working on –  Photographing nature with a secondary human element. If you’d like to read more about this concept see the previous post  Nature with people.

The shot is compliments of chunks of ice on the shoreline of Kachemak Bay, Alaska and the lovely model Stephanie Haynes. We only had a few minutes, due to both schedules and the fading light. As much as I like the shot above, I’m certainly not finished with this idea. Hopefully I’ll have more to post sometime soon.

By |March 1st, 2009|uncategorized|1 Comment

20 years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill

I’m in the Anchorage airport on my way home. But don’t tell anyone . . . I’m smuggling hazardous waste on the flight. The toxic waste is 80 pounds of rocks from the beaches in Prince William Sound, Alaska. The photo above tells the story quicker than I can with words.  Let me just tell you that it wasn’t hard to find more than enough rocks covered with stinky crude oil. I could have sunk the boat. Gotta run for now, more later.

By |February 9th, 2009|uncategorized|3 Comments