One family’s life in the wilderness

One family’s life in the wilderness

In the US state of Alaska, the Atchley family are the only people who live anywhere along the 250-mile (400km) length of the Nowitna River.

Over the past 18 years, only a handful of people have ever visited them in their remote location, 100 miles from the nearest town, Ruby.
Photographer Ed Gold went to meet the Atchleys, who spend 11 months of the year in isolation.