"Storms and clouds from the Pacific crash into the towering mountains lining the coast. Icefields grow from their peaks, sending glacial fingers back down towards the sea.
Beneath the mountains, copious rains and year-round mists soak the land.
In the rains grow towering evergreens- enormous cedars, spruce, firs, and hemlocks-
draped in a blanket of dripping moss."
I work as an expedition guide & assistant expedition leader in Southeast Alaska, guiding trips from the far northern reaches of Glacier Bay National Park all the way down to Ketchikan. I enjoy teaching my clients about biodiversity, the fascinating temperate rainforest ecosystem, glaciology, and conservation in this unique region. My time in Alaska has provided me with some of the most extraordinary wildlife encounters of my life, from close encounters with brown bears to kayaking with humpback whales.