Montana Magic Photography

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About Montana Magic Photography

Montana Magic Photography is nestled in the Bitterroot Range of the Rocky Mountains in western Montana.   With four defined seasons, clear mountain rivers, and wildlife at our back door, this is truly a photographer's paradise!  

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Montana Magic specializes in photographic note cards and is a member of "Made in Montana".  Services also include portraits, pet portraits, high school senior photos, and dog & horse shows and events.  

My photos have been published in Montana Magazine; Montana Outdoors; Rural Montana Magazine; Grit Magazine; The Missoulian (Missoula's home town newspaper); We Proceeded On (magazine of the Lewis & Clark Trail Heritage Foundation); Lewis & Clark in the Rockies official program of the Bicentennial Festival; Interactions, magazine of The Delta Society; Great Dane Gazette, and numerous publications and newsletters of local and nationwide non profit organizations.  I have provided the photograph for Travelers' Rest State Park's souvenir postcard; and I am one of the official photographers for the Missoula City Cemetery's annual "Stories and Stones" historical re-enactment.    



High school seniors - need yearbook photos?  Sitting fee is only $40/hour (one hour minimum), and several very  affordable custom photo packages available, starting at only $39.95.  


Pet owners - Dogs, cats, ferrets, birds, snakes... whether they  run, crawl, slither or fly, let Montana Magic Photography help you capture your best friend's personality in a professional portrait! 

How about a Pet Photo Party??  See Rate and Services page for more information.


Events - Montana Magic Photography is available for dog shows and horse shows and events.   Have a different even you would like photographed?  Just ask!  See Rates and Services page for more information.


Publishers - looking for specific photos to illustrate books, magazines, stories or other publications?  Check my publishers' page for location information, and check the Publishers' Portfolio for photo samples! 

The Pronghorn is a truly North American animal, having developed and evolved here, and has existed nowhere else in the world.  It is commonly called the Pronghorn "Antelope", but in fact, it is not an antelope at all and is more closely related to sheep and goats.  It is the fastest land animal in North America and can reach speeds of up to 55 miles per hour and can keep up a steady pace of 30 miles an hour for 20 miles or more! The Pronghorn has a large patch of white hair on its rump, which can be stiffened and fluffed out (much like a cat hunching it's back), as a signal to other Pronghorn that danger may be nearby.