Photo of the Month This morning I drove down to Potter Marsh for the swans and some mist amongst them. Instead I found this morning munching moose family on the flats on the west side … Families should eat together more often, don’t you think? With the moose in shadow and the fully lit Fire Island and Alaska Range behind, I was hoping for the first rays of direct sun before they left, but it was not to be… the trick here was to balancing the shade with the background. Bracketing my exposures helped compensate the difference in light values.
October 2016 Volunteer of the Month Linda Lucky, Anchorage Museum of History and Art. I ran into Linda Lucky while photographing the 2016 Anchorage Museum Gala. I asked her to tell me about her volunteering activities. Why do you volunteer at the Museum. I’ve been in love with the museum from the first time I walked into it. I’ll never forget entering the atrium with its carousel animals and a tree that touched the ceiling covered with handmade dolls from around the world. Because of the holiday decorations, lunches were served in an art gallery! I remember sitting in the …
A nice little surprise landed today, I found out that I’ve been named one of Anchorage’s Best Wedding Photographers for 2016 by Expertise.com website! Nice little bump.
The natural world has its own rhythms of seasons, behaviors and light. Patience and preparedness are probably the most important in wildlife photography, as you’re working by an entirely different set of rules. These wildlife images are available for fine art printing, just contact me for pricing.