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

It’s been a joy for me to get to know these two over the last few years. 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 in on loving and raising their young son Declan.

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

With their exciting news of a new child on the way, Jenny and Ethan wanted to celebrate this time right now with Declan. They wanted family photographic artwork that would be a reminder of all the love around him and that he is the center of his parent’s world.

With their labrador, Guinness leading the charge, we ventured out into the Bridger mountain foothills for their family portrait experience and played.

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

Back in October, I packed up my cameras and traveled northeast for the Bellingham Washington Family Portrait Photographic Experience of Kim and Daniel and their two girls. Upon my arrival into Seattle, we loaded up their Subaru and made a day trip north to the small coastal town near the Canadian border where we explored the beaches, rainforests, parks, the local farmers market and the surrounding college town community.

It was great to have another opportunity to photograph this awesome family.

Years ago, before kiddo number two came into the picture, I photographed these guys here in Bozeman, Montana as they were traveling through town.

This time it was fun to explore their home turf.

A new photographic canvas to work with. Bellingham is a beautiful place and I had a great time with these guys.

Here are some of my favorite images from my time with them. -M

A few weeks ago, I got a call from my cousin Kim saying that she, her husband Daniel and their little daughter Adleigh would be passing through Bozeman on a family road trip and they wanted to have some family portraits made. Having a rare break in the action from my busy wedding season, we decided to meet up and head over to Hyalite Reservoir. I’m a sucker for the outdoors and will always default to nature for my portrait backdrops. It just seems more natural. Pun intended. Lucky for me the whole area is one big scenic postcard. After a sunset dinner of Roost Fried Chicken, a new Bozeman favorite restaurant, we started playing with the light of the setting sun. Again, I wanted to photos to be about them and not their clothing. With the help of my assistant/sister Katie, we made some fun images and laughed all evening at Adleigh’s reactions. Thanks for looking, -M

To see all of their photo shoot, go here.