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@natgeo just hit 100,000,000 followers! As a thanks, they are having a photo contest for the next 18 hours! To submit, simply post your most Nat Geo inspired photo on your feed using the hashtag #NatGeo100contest. The top 10 photos will be
I’m back in Dutch Harbor, Alaska working on a short film project... and hanging with old and new fish friends. This is a crew shot from an Opilio crabbing trip aboard the f/v Arctic Lady a couple years back after a night of freezing s
We don’t have cabins or beds on our setnet skiffs (23ft aluminum boats) so when the sockeye salmon are running 24/7, sleep deprivation is a constant battle and cold 15 min naps are the norm. @natgeo recently interviewed me about how I
My first image published in National Geographic Magazine was this double page spread in the “Visions of Earth” section almost seven years ago. This little raccoon got my claw in the door, and introduced me to a family of inspiring
Last summer, the great Alaskan artist/ mischief maker @ray.troll sent me some of his “Spawn til you Die” t-shirts for fellow Graveyard Point fishermen to wear. This is my favorite portrait of old school fisherman Kurt Armstrong w
Lasts days in Dillingham, Alaska representing the Kvichak Setnetters Association @kvichaksetnet at the Bristol Bay Board of Fish meeting. The great tides of the summer sockeye season have become streams  of muddy slush ice flowing through N
Can’t say I’ve ever done a podcast interview until now. Fellow Portland photographer @wmanthonyphoto invited me on his show @thisisbackdrop , a podcast about photography and creativity. We talked about the Graveyard Point, behind
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