Jerami is a lifelong Alaskan mutt, with a Native Alaskan, Russian, European and Neanderthal ancestry. Much of his non-native family came to Alaska many years ago to trap, mine, fish and later, pioneer the bush pilot era.
From 1998 to 2002, Jerami served in the military, then came back to Alaska to work for the government for two years before going back to school at the University of Alaska. Jerami is a natural in the outdoors and worked as a fly-out fishing guide to pay his way through college from (phone number hidden). He earned a degree in public communications and journalism and learned that quiet guys can party and make friends too. But realizing writers are often destined to modest living, he turned to other means to supplement his income. Revitalizing homes and structures has been a perfect hobby (and hopefully) an investment for him, especially with unrealized childhood aspirations of becoming an architect. With a great love for travel, providing comfortable accommodations for international guests keeps him entertained between adventures. And ironically, he got a job working for a construction company...as a technical writer.
So he works a 8-5, renovates and manages properties. In his spare time, he cooks and brews, hikes and bikes, sail and travels, reads and writes, and dreams and does. He loves the outdoors, but loves the smell and sound of an old city all the same. For the time being, he lives at home with his girlfriend, a dog Isla and a cat Maisie. His girlfriend is an avid reader whose main goal in life is to put Jerami in his place when he tries acting smart (or not so smart).
The pets like to eat, sleep and chase mice. They have quite the life - as do the guests, however brief their stay at Jerami's might be.