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Pick Your Own Fruit :: Montana Commercial & Editorial Photographer
Pick Your Own Fruit :: Montana Commercial & Editorial Photographer

Last summer I spent time driving around Montana searching for the best places to pick your own fruit.  My search took me from the shores of Flathead Lake to fields of strawberries outside of Missoula.  I learned that organic orchards often use sheep to clean up fallen fruit and that picking strawberries in the early […]

Missoula Symphony Orchestra for Montana Magazine :: Montana Editorial & Commercial Photographer
Missoula Symphony Orchestra for Montana Magazine :: Montana Editorial & Commercial Photographer

At the end of last year I spent some time writing and photographing a story about the Missoula Symphony Orchestra’s 60th anniversary for Montana Magazine.  How could you not enjoy an assignment that sends you to music rehearsal and backstage during a performance?  It’s definitely been a challenge writing and photographing stories simultaneously this past year. […]

Kalispell Kreamery for Montana Magazine :: Montana Photographer
Kalispell Kreamery for Montana Magazine :: Montana Photographer

The last couple years I’ve started consistently covering agricultural, farm, and food stories more regularly.  From my ongoing work shooting young organic farmers to a personal project on the Serenbe community in Georgia, the nexus of food, community and agriculture has become work that pulls me back again and again.  So this past summer I […]

2014 Whitefish Winter Carnival :: Montana Editorial Photographer
2014 Whitefish Winter Carnival :: Montana Editorial Photographer

This past weekend Lido and I headed north to Whitefish and I photographed one of the town’s annual events: The Whitefish Winter Carnival.  This year’s theme was Viva Las Vegas — so of course the grand marshall of the parade was Wayne Newton.  It was fun to be back in a community we called home […]