Supaman at the Out West Art Show

It's Western Art Week in Great Falls, and a buddy of mine asked me to help with the Quick Draw event of the Out West Art Show at the Heritage Inn. When I agreed, I didn't realize Supaman would be performing. I'm glad I always have my camera with me--I'd have been pissed if I … Continue reading Supaman at the Out West Art Show

Metal Portraits with Mya and Kaylee

I've been trying to come up with a metal-themed print for the wall of my buddy's office building. I shot trains, random abstract metal, and anything else I could think of, but none of them really impressed me. Then I realized it needed to be a portrait. Luckily, I have friends with kids who thought … Continue reading Metal Portraits with Mya and Kaylee

Wildlife Photography

I need to expand my horizons...In Portland, I worked with models. Photographing people is my passion, and Portland is full of people. But the population of the entire state of Montana is smaller than the population of the Portland metro area. They say that the best camera is the one you have with you at … Continue reading Wildlife Photography

Think Tank Retrospective 7 / What’s In My Bag

I've had the Think Tank Retrospective 7 bag for over two years now, so I figured it was about time I wrote about it. Since I was taking pictures of the bag for this post, I decided I'd throw in the obligatory "What's in my bag" post, as well. My main problem with bags (other … Continue reading Think Tank Retrospective 7 / What’s In My Bag

Watching Water

The combination of earlier snow melt and recent rain storms have pushed local rivers over their banks. From what I've read today, it looks like the Missouri river has peaked at 14.5 feet, and is expected to start receding soon. The Sun River is also starting to slowly recede. Several fishing access sites will remain closed until the areas can be cleaned up and deemed safe.

Catching Up

It occurred to me that I haven't posted anything in awhile, so I figured a catch-up post was in order.

In the last post, I introduced you to Malala. I shot her senior photos way back when, and had the opportunity to shoot with her again while I was in Portland.

I aquired a small boat while in Portland. It had been sitting for 10+ years, so I hit up Les Schwab to get new tires and to have the bearings checked. Unfortunately, on my way out of Portland, I blew one of the new tires. The spare looked 20 years old, but it held all the way to Missoula.