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I had the pleasure of photographing the Triple Tree Trail Family Portrait Experience of Lexi and Dan in Bozeman, Montana a few weeks back.

With two young boys full of energy, Lexi and Dan wanted to document their young family’s adventurous spirit. They were growing up so fast. The Fall colors around Triple Tree Trail would make for the perfect backdrop for our family session. With their chocolate labrador in tow, we went for a hike along the popular Bozeman trail documenting the fun along the way.

Here are some of my favorite photos we made along the way. -M



This past month, I’ve photographed environmental business headshots of the Rocky Mountain Credit Union team members located across Montana.

Working together with the RMCU marketing team, we created a variety of on-location business portraits for their online Marketing and business visual brand presence. My relationship with this great Montana business has been strong. Over these last few years, I’ve also photographed dozens of studio portraits of their RMCU board members.

Rocky Mountain Credit Union’s humble beginning dates back to its founding in 1940. Through community-driven programs and providing financial service relationships of lasting value, this financial institution has become a bedrock of support for its clientele throughout Montana. Rocky Mountain credit union has branches in Bozeman, Butte, and Helena. To complement the design of their new website, they wanted to create environmental business portraits that reflected their professionalism.

Our goal was to make new environmental business headshots of their Home Equity & Mortgage and Consumer Loan Officers team. Furthermore, they wanted to have photos that were not only bright and inviting but also could showcase their hardworking employee’s personalities.

From its inception, Rocky Mountain Credit Union‘s mission has been focused on providing exemplary service to its members/owners. They needed professional high-quality business portraits that represented that ongoing mission.

That’s where I came in.

By making the time to really understand their future goals, together, we were able to create a variety of professional environmental business headshots of their team. Photographs that showed a personal side to how they present themselves as a business.

I had a lot of fun with this group. Here are some favorite photographs from my time with them. -M

Last Fall, I had the pleasure of photographing the Bozeman Family Portrait photography experience of Jenny and Ethan.

It’s been a joy for me to get to know these two over the last few years. A few years ago, these two hired me to photographer their wedding day at Rockin TJ Ranch. Since that great day, married life has been treating these two well. They’ve settled into a new home, their careers are going strong and their world has focused on loving and raising their young son Declan.

For these Bozeman parents, family time has quickly become a top priority in their busy lives.

Before the start of their Bozeman family portrait photography session, they told me the exciting news that their second child was on the way. Jenny and Ethan wanted to celebrate this time right now with Declan. Furthermore, they wanted to create beautiful family photographic artwork in their home that would be a reminder of all the love surrounding him. Photographs that showed their son that he is the center of his parent’s world.

For their family portrait photography session, we went for a walk along the Painted Trails Access with their labrador, Guinness leading the charge. At that vantage point we had a lovely view of the Bridger mountains for their family portrait experience. we played and soaked up the beautiful evening sunset.

Here are a few favorites from my time with them. -M