It may be considered risky to elope in Alaska in September because of the unpredictable weather, but in our opinion, the golden foliage and dramatic skies are worth it — particularly in Hatcher Pass. As my grandfather would say, bad weather is only an attitude, and thankfully these New Yorkers agreed because we got pelted by water in all it’s forms throughout their elopement.Read More
On a hidden little slice of land near Glacier Bay National Park, in a place formerly known as Strawberry Point, Jolin and Maddy said their vows. These animal lovers traveled with family from Texas to Southeast Alaska to celebrate Maddy’s grandfather’s birthday and took the opportunity to elope while they were there.Read More
"We don't read and write poetry because it's cute.
We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race.
And the human race is filled with passion.
So medicine, law, business, engineering...these are noble pursuits
and necessary to sustain life.
But poetry, beauty, romance, love...
these are what we stay alive for."
| Walt Whitman |Read More
Perhaps it's wishful thinking, but every spring we expect that sunshine means warmth, and every April in Alaska we find this is not the case at all. Even so, Justin and Sarah braved the last of that winter wind out along the Turnagain Arm like the warm hearted humans that they are -- and completely nailed it!Read More
We shot Brianna and Cody's engagement session in Hatcher Pass just two weeks before their wedding (which I will be sharing later!) The weather is ever changing and unpredictable in the mountains, but we ended up with a perfectly overcast day. I don't think I have ever met a couple so in love,Read More