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Behind the Lens of Photographer Alex Strohl
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Alive in Alaska, from filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay, tells the story behind the lens of photographer Alex Strohl. Fed up with the routine photographs he was taking, Strohl set off with his friend Isaac Johnston for a trip to Alaska. With no agenda or photoshoots planned, the impromptu trip was sprinkled with visits from friends and family. Find more from Stay and Wander Productions on Instagram here and their website here.