Berett Wilber is a freelance photographer based in Alaska.
She grew up in a commercial fishing family in Sitka, shoe-horned between the Pacific Ocean and the largest temperate rainforest on earth. She has a degree in Political Science from Carleton College
Her work focuses on people of the Last Frontier, relationships to the land, women, and seeking answers to the relentless questions that keep young Alaskans up at night — can you live on an island forever? Will your feet ever be warm again?
Her work has been featured by news organizations including the Daily Sitka Sentinel, Capital City Weekly, Arctic Sounder, Bristol Bay Times/Dutch Harbor Fisherman, radio stations including 104.7 FM KCAW (Sitka) and 89.7 FM KUCB (Unalaska), as well as organizations including the Salmon Project, National Park Service, Alaska Trollers Association, Sitka Conservation Society, and a variety of political campaigns and legislative newsletters.
She is available for projects and assignments.