Rodney Evans is one of the filmmakers featured in “Stories for Climate Justice.” He is a multimedia artist based in Fairbanks, Alaska. Specializing in photography and video productions, he has built a name for himself doing freelance work and taking part in various school-sponsored contests. He is from the traditional Yukon River village of Rampart, Alaska, and is of Koyukon Athabascan, Inupiaq, and Gwich’in descent. Sharing his Alaskan Native heritage is his passion. He loves to spend his free time taking photos, producing vlogs and short films, fishing, hiking, working out, or just hanging out with his friends and family. Today, he primarily works as a freelance photographer and video producer. His work focuses on natural light, portrait, and event photography, as well as short film production, corporate video production, documentary filmmaking, and event live-streaming.
Image courtesy of Rodney Evans.