Welcome to my discovery of Alaska!
Alaska has been in my family for five generations. This is a fantastic and unique place to grow up, and knew it from a young age. Since my childhood I’ve always felt that I was living in one of the most special places in the world. I often found myself dreaming of wild and remote places and being born and raised in such a rugged landscape, my passion for wilderness and wildlife came completely natural. I guess you’d say it’s in my blood.
An education in business administration, combined with nearly two decades of industry experience in radio, television, digital media production and distribution has provided me an exciting platform to create and thrive. I’m fortunate to have worked with some amazing production companies like National Geographic, NatGeo Wild, History Channel and Spiegel TV to name a few that have formed me as a Director of Photography and Producer.
As a filmmaker, I’ve always believed that the point of my work is to help people see more deeply into our landscape, and connect us more with the experiences and awaken the senses beyond just being in a moment. Alaska HDTV was created from this deep passion I have for my land.
The Alaska Web Series has graciously received awards over the years, and nominated four times for the People’s Choice for Podcasting. This channel of content is Alaska’s first, most popular and longest running web series, which has been featured on notable networks like TWC Travel Channel, Roku, TiVo, Mevio, Sevenload, TripFilms and countless IPTV outlets.
I’m thankful to my family, son and daughter for their support and motivating me to help achieve my dreams. Moreover I’m blessed to have friends who believe in me and have helped me along the way. We all believe everyone should at least have a chance to experience Alaska and all its wild places.
This is the long story short behind Alaska HDTV, now go watch and listen to me ramble and pontificate about Alaska. And in the fine words of Garrison Keillor I quote “Be well, do good work, and keep in touch?”