Sara & Brandon


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! 


Red Lodge, Montana

The ski slopes and downtown scene will always have our hearts in Red Lodge! Close to where we grew up in Billings, and not far from our hometown of Bozeman, Red Lodge is a beautiful small town surrounded by adventures waiting to be had. It's also home to one of our favorite wedding venues in the state, Montana Wildflower Weddings.

The next 2014 recap is here, and it’s a beauty my friends! Just a refresher for anyone who missed the last few recaps; last summer I second shot a bunch of weddings for the amazing Jacilyn M, Photographer, but I never got around to sharing them with you. So this year I’m catching you up on everything you missed. Alright, onto Liz and David! These two, along with 165 of their loved ones, flew halfway across the country to get married in beautiful Red Lodge, Montana. Their family had land and a house in Red Lodge and they knew that nothing could top getting married in the mountains. And Montana certainly didn’t disappoint on their big day! Their wedding was so full of laughter and fun that my stomach literally hurt by the end of the night. Beer pong in the morning. Loud music all day long. And LOTS of dancing.…

Up next in my recap of the 2014 weddings I second shot with Jacilyn M, Photographer is AMANDA & TYLER! ​Oh my, where to begin with these two? Seriously. This was one of the most fun weddings I’ve ever been too. Hands down. 15 1/2 hours of laughs and good times. ​Amanda and Tyler tied the knot at one of my favorite venues, Montana Wildflower Weddings in Red Lodge, and then they hopped on some Harley’s and headed to Billings for their reception! I have lots more to say about these two, but it seems appropriate to explain as you go, so keep on scrolling down