Alaska: A Photographic Excursion

Alaska A Photographic Excursion Photographer Mark Kelley and narrator Nick Jans are long time Alaska residents Their familiarity with and love of the largest US state is on display in Alaska A Photographic Excursion The book exqui

  • Title: Alaska: A Photographic Excursion
  • Author: Mark Kelley Nick Jans
  • ISBN: 9781578333592
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Photographer Mark Kelley and narrator Nick Jans are long time Alaska residents Their familiarity with, and love of, the largest US state is on display in Alaska A Photographic Excursion The book exquisitely combines beautiful photography and an informative narrative into an attractive travelogue of Alaska D.S TurlowWinner, Regional Category, Benjamin Franklin Award 2Photographer Mark Kelley and narrator Nick Jans are long time Alaska residents Their familiarity with, and love of, the largest US state is on display in Alaska A Photographic Excursion The book exquisitely combines beautiful photography and an informative narrative into an attractive travelogue of Alaska D.S TurlowWinner, Regional Category, Benjamin Franklin Award 2008 Finalist, Travel Category, Benjamin Franklin Award 2008

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    • Mark Kelley Nick Jans

      Award winning Alaskan photographer Mark Kelley has built his entire career around the place he calls home Alaska Mark has been photographing the places and faces of his state for the past forty years A true Alaskan ambassador, Mark knows when to be where for Alaska to reveal itself in the next photograph Mark s images have been reproduced as art prints and in books and calendars, collected by locals and visitors as important reminders of this great place of awe and wonder.Mark has worked on assignment for UNESCO and Jaeger LeCoultre, National Geographic Adventure Magazine, Outside, Alaska Magazine, the New York Times, Washington Post, Boy s Life and USA Today His images have appeared in National Wildlife, Sunset, National Geographic Adventure, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic World, Alaska Magazine, Outside, Alaska Airlines, Time For Kids, Sierra, Runner s World, Travel Leisure, Boy s Life, USA, and the Washington Post, among others Mark Kelley s images have appeared on the covers of than two hundred publications.Mark has published twelve photo books with over a quarter million copies sold Mark s latest book Once Upon Alaska , is a Mom s Choice Awards Gold Recipient and a Foreword s 2013 Book of the Year Finalist Mark s books Glacier Bay National Park Alaska , Alaska s Tracy Arm and Sawyer Glaciers , and Alaska A Photographic Excursion were awarded a Benjamin Franklin Award by The Independent Book Publishers Association in 2001, 2006, and 2008, respectively Mark Kelley produces two annual calendars, with over 200,000 calendars sold to date, as well as note cards, postcards, bookmarks, and individually signed prints Mark Kelley is a silver winner in the Graphis Photography Annual 2015 Contest and a winner in the 72nd Annual Picture of the Year International Competition, Natural History Category Reportage Division He is a North American Nature Photography Association Showcase winner and a recipient of the Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award for Excellence in Still Photography from the Alaska Conservation Foundation Mark placed first in the 2013 Nature s Best Windland Smith Rice Photography Awards Outdoor Adventure Category and his winning image is now part of the Smithsonian s permanent collection In 2014 and 2013 Mark received an Award of Excellence from Communications Arts, the leading trade journal for visual communications Mark s work in journalism has been recognized by the Alaska Press Club, the National Press Photographers Association, and the Society of Professional Journalists As a kid in Buffalo, New York, I always wondered what it would be like to encounter a whale, says Mark, I moved north and in 1978 graduated from the University of Alaska with a journalism degree Mark worked as a photojournalist for the Juneau Empire, Juneau s only daily newspaper, for over thirteen years before leaving to pursue a full time career in freelance photography and publishing in 1993 Mark has lived in Alaska for than 40 years He resides in Juneau where he and his wife, Jan, raised their two sons, Gabe and Owen.



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