About James R. Evans Photography
I am an Alaskan who learned to fish, hunt, and take photos at a very early age. In 2005 I joined the Navy to be a photographer and spent eight years floating around the world doing my best as one of the "eyes of the fleet." I have since returned to Alaska, finished a degree in journalism, and pursued photography and communications work in support of research and higher education in the Far North. I am currently the staff photographer for University of Alaska Anchorage.
Somewhere back home in Alaska.
Final U.S. Navy assignment aboard USS Anchorage (LPD 23) during its commissioning voyage to its namesake city-- and my hometown.
Over the Arabian Gulf in an F/A-18F Super Hornet.
Aboard an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer somewhere in the Pacific.
Getting rained on aboard USS Abraham Lincoln.