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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Seniors

Seniors are some of the most fun people we meet! They're almost always up for any adventure we throw at them, and they're full of ambition and excitement for the next stage in life after they graduate from high school - shoutout to our own Bozeman High seniors, and our alma matter, Skyview High seniors in Billings! We love showcasing who our seniors are right now, what they're passionate about, and highlighting their favorite sports and activities along the way.

First of all, I cannot believe this girl is a senior this year! I've known Savannah since she was born and I guess in my mind she's still a curly-haired blonde four-year-old. But alas, she's really graduating high school in the spring and has grown into such an incredible young woman. Since I'd already photographed both of her older sisters around Billings, for her session she wanted to do something different. Savannah wanted to go to Fromberg for her senior session, where her grandpa lives. We had such a great time roaming through the little town to find cool places, and we accidentally stumbled upon the Orchard Days festival! We had to stop and buy apples and cider and they were kind enough to let us shoot some portraits in the apple orchard. Plus, Savannah brought her Dodgers jersey and puppy to her session, and if you're new around here, you…

One of my favorite things about my job is getting to photograph multiple occasions for the same family! 5 years ago I met up with Angie and her oldest son Austin to capture his senior photos, and this year it was her youngest sons turn! Tegan spent the day before his 18th birthday walking through town with me and his mom, snowboard in tow the whole time. It's always so fun when seniors decide to incorporate things they love into their session (we hit the baseball field with his older brother!). Tegan is funny and kind and we had so much fun during his session. He's got plans to pursue a career in welding after he graduates, but I think for now he's just waiting for the snow to fall so he can put his board to good use! Me on the other hand, well I could do without the snow,…

Oh gosh, where to start with this beautiful girl?! Lexis is such a kind, strong, and ambitious girl with a bright future ahead of her! Along with starting her senior year at Roundup High, this month she's also off to her first drill weekend with the Montana Army National Guard! She plans to serve in the Guard while going to college to pursue a degree in Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. We had so much fun during her session, laughing as we explored a few of my favorite places around Billings. Lexis, it was so much fun getting to meet you and capture your senior portraits! Hoping you have the BEST senior year and love the transition into soldier and college life!

Kiley is absolutely beautiful inside and out. We started her senior session out in the best way possible, with her dads car! As the daughter of a mechanic myself, I've grown up with a deep love for sexy cars. So when Kiley asked if we could do some of her senior portraits with her dad's Firebird, I was beyond excited! After we played with the Firebird for a little while we drove up the mountain for the rest of Kiley's session. We laughed and adventured and Kiley nailed every outfit and pose. I used to work with Kiley's mom, so it was a blast catching up with her, and seeing just how much Kiley resembles her momma. So of course, we had to sneak in a few photos of them together too! This was the first session that really felt like fall, and it was such a welcomed change! The leaves…

Growing up I remember my sisters and I inheirting old prom dresses from our cousins Amy & Cara. We played dress-up in those 80's prom dresses every single chance we got. It was the only reassurance we needed that our cousins were the absolute coolest people ever. Flash forward 20 years, and I'm still convinced Amy & Cara are some of the coolest people ever! We've all grown up and moved away from our hometown, but it's been so fun to see them both turn into moms and raise their own kiddos. A couple summers ago Brandon and I got to visit with Cara and her family when we vacationed to Portland, but it's been far too long since I've seen Amy, so when she asked me if I would take her son's senior photos I was beyond excited! Well, first I was a bit in shock that Hunter was already…