Short of the Week: Alive in Alaska
By Brooke Bailey
While not all of us have the opportunity to drop what we’re doing, jump in a car and explore the Alaskan wilderness, Alive in Alaska, with its breathtaking shots of the near pristine and untouched landscapes, allows you to pretend for a few minutes that you can do just that.
With a score almost as beautiful as the sweeping aerial shots of the glaciers and mountains, this short will transport you for 7 minutes and 57 seconds to a place that seems almost unreal– like a different planet or a high-budget CGI movie.
Alive in Alaska is a short glimpse into the life of travel photographer Alex Strohl, a French travel photographer whose laundry list of clients reads as #goals for any aspiring photographers and videographers.
See more of Alex’s work here.