Sara & Brandon

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We are a husband & wife photography team based in Montana, specializing in weddings for romantic and adventurous couples. We’re passionate about marriage, adventure, and dreaming BIG! When we’re not shooting weddings you can find us exploring in the mountains, traveling to new cities, binge watching our favorite shows on Netflix, or hanging out with our overly energetic dog! 

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Engagements & Couples

Engaged couples are simply the best! Full of excitement for their upcoming wedding and marriage, ready to begin their next grand adventure together. We believe love is best showcased outdoors, in the mountains. For our Bozeman Montana couples our go-to spots are Hyalite and the Bridgers, but we love traveling and exploring Glacier National Park or other amazing places with our couples too! There are few things we love more than cheering our engaged couples on as they begin their marriage!

What do you do when your best friend sends you a message asking how you feel about flying to California to spend her birthday weekend adventuring with her? You book a plane ticket as quickly as you can, of course! There was only one catch; she also wanted me to do a family photo shoot for her little sister's family (including their adorable daughter who was turning one while I was there!). Um, YES. PLEASE!! I know what you're thinking... we don't really shoot families anymore, and you'd be right! Our main focus these days is on our beautiful brides & grooms, but when your best friend asks you to capture her little sister's stunning family, in CALIFORNIA, you don't think twice, you just hop on a plane with way too much excitement! I left Brandon behind for this adventure; a girl's weekend with my bestie was exactly what I'd been needing! Tiffani and…

This post is a couple weeks overdue. Simply put, I've been procrastinating it. Because, well, it's hard to find the words to say how I feel about these two. This isn't just any bride-to-be, this is MY SISTER. And the boy who swept her off of her feet. And the words just don't come easily to tell you how happy that makes me. So I guess I'll just start from the beginning. Last summer Heather and I both made separate trips to California in June (read about our trip here!). We went for fun with friends, and Heather went to learn more about Royal Family Kids Camps (a national network of camps for children of abuse, abandonment, and neglect). After her trip she told me breifly about how great California was and about everything she'd learned while she was there. I assumed that was the end of the story... I was wrong! A…

Friends, I don't even know where to start with this one. I just LOVE these two, and their session was truly a one-of-a-kind! We started off in our typical fashion: grab coffee, then head up the mountain. On the drive up we talked and laughed; I learned that Amanda is a social worker and Jay is finishing up his degree to become an elementary school teacher - and let me just verify that when you put two people with giant hearts together, it's pure MAGIC! Amanda & Jay drove over from Minnesota, where they live, to see family, hit the mountain (hello fresh powder!), and cross engagement photos off their wedding to-do list. Everything was going smoothly as we cruised up the mountain, and then, as I always do, I pulled into my favorite campground. I'd been there less than two weeks prior, so I didn't even second guess myself when…

As we made our way up the mountain, our car full to the brim with outfit changes, blankets, and coffee, I asked a simple question: "So how long have you two been dating?!" ....and THAT is when I learned about "The Great Debate"! You see, Kate is from Montana, but a couple of years ago her job relocated her to Georgia. Shortly after arriving and getting settled she met Mike. Not by coincidence, but by some pretty obvious meddling from mutual friends. They found themselves surrounded by a room full of couples and quickly realized there had been some scheming going on! As the next few months passed they hung out a few times, and Mike scored some major points by taking Kate to a Rascal Flatts concert one night. And as time went on they started hanging out more and more frequently. And some where in the midst of all…

We woke up hours before the sunrise to race up the mountain while it was still dark and catch those perfect first few rays of sunlight. But first, coffee, obviously. So after a quick stop for caffeine, we headed up Hyalite canyon under the glow of the moon. I'm not a morning person, not even a little bit, but I have to admit that there is something magical about the start of a new day. We arrived at the resorvior a little bit early, because my lack of morning knowledge didn't account for the fact that it would take the sun longer to "rise" over the mountain top than it would in town. So we sat in the car, drinking our coffee, laughing and preparing ourselves to brave the brisk 29* air. The sun finally started to peak over the mountain, but the clouds were relentless and didn't want to…