2:30 PM, Monday, January 5, 2015. “This parka is 30 years old…I can only bring her out when it’s cold.” -Non-profit director Sue Brogan in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.
12:15 PM, Sunday, January. Recently engaged Kelsey Chapple and Ian Petersen, Anchorage.
1:15 PM, Saturday, January 3, 2015. “Anchorage needs fresh baby food and we’re the ones to do it.” -Sweet Pea Blends entrepreneur sisters Tiffany Hancock and Abby Cooper, Anchorage, Alaska.
3:45 PM, Friday, January 2, 2015. Pop-cyclist Kaity Reiley with her 7 month old daughter, Beatrice, and her dog, Jack, at the bottom of 9th Avenue, Anchorage.
11 AM, Thursday, January 1, 2015. “I’m flying to Boise…my company doesn’t like it much, but I am flying first-class. This flight is just too long.” -Tulsa roof consultant Leon Dazey awaits his flight at the Oklahoma City International Airport.
11:45 AM, Wednesday, December 31, 2014. “This is my second day…I like the job and it offers me some creativity in the presentation.” -Corey at the Uptown Market in Edmond, Oklahoma.
2:30 PM, Tuesday, December 30, 2014. “I’m into aquaponics, my kids are home schooled, and my outfit is all second-hand.” -Cameron Wright at Sprouts grocery store in Edmond, Oklahoma.
11:30 AM, Monday, December 29, 2014. My wife and members of the Brooks family reach out to touch the dove just before setting it free during the celebration of life for the family’s matriarch, Betty Brooks, in Edmond, Oklahoma.
6 PM, Sunday, December 28, 2014. “An automobile accident changed my life. I broke my ankle and my nose. My brothers are jealous of my new nose and my broken ankle stopped me from playing football. My brother played football through high school and a year in college. Unfortunately his life has suffered due to his multiple concussions. My grandfather’s favorite slogan was ‘drive safe’. After the accident, he was the first person to come to the hospital. My interest in programing enticed me to code and tattoo my grandfather’s warning on my shoulder.” -Seattle software developer Max Gattuso on a United Airlines flight to Texas.
1:15 PM, Saturday, December 27, 2014. ”My favorite stone is Alaska Snow Marble. It comes from Prince of Whales Island and I have some of the last stones from Calder Pit.” -Neighbor and stone figurative sculptor Carl Hild in his studio in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.
2:45 PM, Friday, December 26, 2014. “I’m retired…now I work for my son.” -Johnny McGrew, in a downtown Anchorage neighborhood.
7:30 PM, December 25, 2014. Erin and her son, Sachel, peruse the food before Christmas dinner at (Grandma’s) Lanie Fleischer’s house in Anchorage.
3:30 PM, Wednesday, December 24, 2014. “I got the last of the lights up just yesterday.” -Lani Brennan on Christmas Eve in front of her home on G Street in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.
3:15 PM, Tuesday, December 23, 2014. Neighbor Margaret King and her dog, in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.
5 PM, Monday, December 22, 2014. A slow evening for Santa Claus at Nordstrom, Anchorage.
5 PM, Sunday, December 21, 2014. Engaged Merged Couple: Piper Foster and Photographer Nathanial Wilder, Anchorage
1:45 PM, Saturday, December 20, 2014. Santa points at me and reminds me that he is watching me closely during a close and brief encounter on Anchorage’s Delaney Park Strip.
12:30 PM, Friday, December 19, 2014. “I grow herbs in my room to help me with my insomnia.” -Fourteen year old Noah Earwood in mid-town Anchorage.
3:45 PM, Thursday, December 18, 2014. Civil Engineering student Janey Hoefler at Westchester Lagoon, Anchorage.
4:15 PM, Wednesday, December 17, 2014. Lighting artist, Scott Pugh, putts the finish touches on his installation at Elderberry Park, Anchorage.
3:30 PM, Tuesday, December 16, 2014. “I was a merchant marine until 1991 and then I taught elementary school on the Kenai Peninsula. I was diagnosed with Parkenson’s disease in 1996 and now I work about two hours a week. Having my photograph made…I feel like a celebrity.” -Christmas tree salesman Bobby Sperb on Northern Lights Blvd. in Anchorage.
3:15 PM, Monday, December 15, 2014. Jim Nigh, out for a walk with his mother Joan, leaves tonight for Azerbaijan where his is a drill supervisor. “How is that?” “Its like working on the slope on steroids.”
1:15 PM, Sunday, December 14, 2014. Jon with his sons on the sledding hill at Inlet View Elementary School in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.
1 PM, Saturday, December 13, 2014. Photographer and friend Michael Conti with daughters Ella and Riley, Anchorage.
1:45 PM, Friday, December 12, 2014. Fairbanks photographer and friend James Barker while on a visit to Anchorage.