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Ronn Murray, Fairbanks, Alaska.

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Dave Parkhurst, Anchorage, Alaska.

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Daryll Vispo, Anchorage, Alaska.

Jody Overstreet, Anchorage, Alaska.  

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Fred Hirschmann, Glacier View, Alaska. After eleven years working as a park ranger in Yellowstone, Everglades, Yosemite, Bryce Canyon, Death Valley, Petrified Forest, Voyageurs, and Lake Clark National Parks, I “retired” and returned to Alaska to photograph the coffee table books Bush Pilots of Alaska and Alaska’s National Parks. Now, seventeen books later, my wife,…

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Carl Johnson, Anchorage, Alaska. I moved to Alaska in 1999, having lived in six states and one U.S. territory before that as a military dependent and serving in the Navy. I received my first formal photography training in the Navy, emphasizing a photojournalistic style. My love for nature photography grew from guiding in the Boundary…

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Matthew Quaid, Anchorage, Alaska. I was born and raised in Anchorage and developed a love for being outside at a young age. When I started taking pictures, I quickly became hooked on capturing my adventures to share with friends and family. I began spending more and more time outside, sometimes sitting for hours to study…

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Daryl Pederson, Anchorage, Alaska. I grew up in Sterling, Alaska, and began my professional photography career after graduating from high school. The ocean is where I find the most of what to love about life on earth, and I dedicate half of the year playing in, on, and around it. In the winter months under…

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Sean Neilson, Gustavus, Alaska. I caught the urge to take pictures many years ago while working a summer job in Yellowstone National Park. The natural beauty I witnessed there made me want to share it with others. I began with a borrowed Nikon FM, and after taking thousands of bad photos, I finally started to…

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Tom Walker, Denali Park, Alaska. I live near Denali National Park and have made my home in Alaska for 53 years, mostly self-employed as a nature photographer and writer. Alaskans are dabblers in varied skills and job descriptions, and I am no different, having also taught college courses in journalism, worked as a carpenter, military…