Where do I even start? I'd like to tell you that I have a masters in photography and went through numerous years of training to get where I'm at today, but that would be a lie. What got me here was simply life!

In 2011, I bought my first digital camera and that would be my entry point into photography. Something just clicked internally for me, and as the years went by I kept receiving numerous compliments about the photographs I had been taking. 

I shot and I shot and I shot, slowly learning and creating photographs that sometimes go against the norm of what is/isn't recommended. 

During the summer of 2022, I finally built up enough self confidence to start presenting my work to the public. The response has been overwhelming to the say the least.

My current portfolio includes images from the surrounding Big Sky, Montana area, as well as my travels throughout the years. I'm always surprised at what people buy! Sometimes a photograph triggers a memory from a family vacation, or speaks to the individual from a deeper level. Some have called my work unique and different. The fact people are buying my stuff and hanging it on their walls still blows my mind. I'm just an ordinary boy on a self healing journey continuing to find my way through this crazy jungle we all call life. Living proof that it's never too late, to start over again. 

To shop my fine art landscape photography prints in a variety of sizes and items: CLICK HERE

For my inventory of repurposed barn wood framed photography prints: CLICK HERE

To browse my Etsy shop: CLICK HERE

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We wanted to thank you again, and also to say how much your photo of Soldier's Chapel means to us.  Sometimes people don't get acknowledged for the "special" things they do.  We loved the "Thank you" card you included with ode to soldiers now and long ago. Also the very unique and special stamp that sealed the envelope.  We cannot wait to get it framed and hung with our 50th anniversary photo in our house. It impelled us to relook at photos when we last visited the Chapel and viewed Chet Huntley's headstone...about 9 years ago. We stayed again at Buck's T-4 and visited our reception hall.  We tried to book again there for our 50th and learned it had been sold and was no longer available... bummer. Thank you again and we wish you the best with your special art. 

Sue and Randy