Anchorage, AK, United States
Born/raised/based in Anchorage, Alaska, Nathaniel specializes in editorial, commercial and lifestyle photography. His documentary-style work highlights the true character of the places he visits and the moments he witnesses.
Nathaniel’s work can be seen in National Geographic Proof, Reuters, Outside Magazine, Newsweek, Al Jazeera America, New York Times web edition, The Christian Science Monitor, Sports Illustrated, Chicago Tribune and Alaska Magazine.
Nathaniel strives to communicate authenticity in his images—whether for journalistic or commercial use. He is available for assignments and projects throughout Alaska and worldwide.
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Poet Jeremy Pataky's book "Overwinter" explores wilderness and isolation. Jeremy divides his time between Anchorage and his cabin in McCarthy, on the edge of North America's largest National Park and wilderness area.
Larry Sauve, 58, is asked by police to leave his illegal campground in a midtown Anchorage park during the middle of winter. An alcoholic living on disability checks, he plans to set up camp elsewhere until police remove him. This is a cycle for many of the hundreds or thousands of homeless alcoholics living in Anchorage that don't have housing.