world. If you don’t believe me, look at my Instagram feed. These days I survive on yoga and coffee, and I’ve recently developed a love of gardening. I take a on strange sense of pride in other peoples' small-businesses and because of that, I think Alaska is a pretty exciting place to be. I don’t like using recipes when I cook, I love being in and around water, and I believe that charges to Anthropologie are a completely legitimate business expense.
I want to see your face light up when you tell me how you two became You.
My name is Erica, and I enjoy thinking outside of the box. Especially when it comes to photography. When the wind blows a few strands of hair out of place or the hem of your dress gets a little wet, it only means that we had way more fun than all those other couples. Wedding days aren’t supposed to be about checking items off a to-do list but about dreaming up your most perfect day and bringing it to life.
I live in Anchorage with my wonderful husband Jamie and our two babes, Levi & Hannah. Those two are the cutest in the whole wide world. If you don't believe me, take a look at my instagram feed. These days I survive on yoga and coffee, and I've recently developed a love of gardening. I take a strange sense of pride in other people’s small-businesses, because of that I think Alaska is a pretty exciting place to be right now. I don’t like using recipes when I cook, I love being in and around water, and I believe that charges to Anthropologie are a completely legitimate business expense.
When I was nineteen, I traveled to Italy with friends. It was my first international travel experience and that trip ignited my passion for exploration. I’ll never forget the night we met a random traveler in Capri and on a whim decided to jump a fence, climb over some rocks and dive into the Blue Grotto. I’ve never felt so free. Inside the cave, the water was the brightest shade of blue, so deep you couldn’t see the bottom. It is a moment forever etched into my memory.
I think I fell in love with Alaska when I was riding a snow machine on a frozen river outside of Unalakleet on a beautiful day in March. I remember looking to my right and seeing a dog team running along the horizon in the fading sunlight and wondering how the heck I ended up here...in the best way possible. It was incredible.
I spent a couple of summers working on a camp on a tiny Island off the coast of British Columbia. Let’s just say that moonlit skinny dipping in phosphorescence (think fairy dust of the ocean) should be on everybody’s bucket list.