Subsistence

“Some of my favorite work is doing documentary work, particularly in rural Alaska.” – Photographer Clark James Mishler

Subsistence : Many Ways To Process Fish

Kwethluk, a rural village in Alaska, proved to be photographer Clark James Mishler’s “Go-to place for a lot of projects which visually displayed many of the different aspects of living in rural Alaska.” There, he photographed an extended family’s subsistence lifestyle, utilizing frequent visits over the course of six years to document “All the things that they do in Spring and Summer or Fall and Winter to survive in a village.”

Subsistence living Native ways process dry smoke fish Alaska Mishler

Subsistence living Native ways process dry smoke fish Alaska Mishler

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Project Summary

Alaska Photo Anthro

Alaska Photo Anthro

Alaska Photo Anthropology — Photographer Clark James Mishler photographs culture in Alaska, capturing images as a form of visual anthropology documenting local life, including an ongoing portrait-a-day portfolio. Mishler visits rural Alaska to... Read More >