Lifestyle Photography in Montana
Bozeman, Livingston, Billings, Missoula, Great Falls
Need help locating a Montana lifestyle photographer to capture your family in first-rate portraits? When you hire one of our experienced family photographers to record your next family, teen, couple, or maternity portrait session, you will receive portraits that truly showcase who you are.
As the fourth largest state of land mass in the United States, Montana offers a diverse landscape for unique family photography. On the western portion of the state lies a mountainous region that makes up a part of the Rocky Mountains, yet more than half the state is lined with prairies that make up the northern portion of the Great Plains. In addition to being a gateway to Yellowstone National Park, the Montana Rockies contain numerous winter and summer resorts, while areas in the eastern portion of the state still preserve the memories and feel of the Wild West. Glacier National Park sits as a gorgeous family photography backdrop to the majestic beauty that Montana offers your family. Your family photographer will have no trouble shooting stunning family pictures as you stand underneath clouds that seem to lie on top of you in what’s known as “Big Sky” country. With all that and more, Montana offers a great deal of natural beauty and not so complicated living that will make for a peaceful, memorable and joyous lifestyle photography.
Meet our members of the Lifestyle Photographers Association of Montana:
Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Montana
4 Available Lifestyle Photographers...
Ron is based out of the Northwest area and is available for lifestyle portrait sessions. Ron Storer has been married to his wonderful friend, Neesie, for nearly the past 29 years and they have two amazing boys; Grant and Torey. 15 years ago, Ron Storer worked on a freelance basis with non-profit Organizations doing relief work around the globe. Now on occasion Ron still assists NPO's when possible and as his schedule allows. Prior to his photography career, Ron Storer raced on the US Cycling Team earning a Gold Medal in the Pan-Am Games and a Silver Medal in the Olympic Trials.
The power of photography and that tangible element is real and is meaningful. It’s the visual documentation that provides proof we were here. We experience life, love, receive love, accomplish great feats, endure, and are a part of history within our family and communities. After that experience, I immersed myself in photojournalism. I studied, job shadowed, worked my butt off telling the stories of people who I was lucky enough to get an inside look of their lives. I’ve focused the photojournalism experience from all the assignments I’ve covered into telling stories of the people who won’t have their images highlighted inside a newspaper or magazine. This is why I do what I do. It’s also why my home has images hanging from every wall to highlight who my daughters were growing up, and who they are now. I want to always remember the 20th anniversary trip with my wife, and see myself and my girls acting goofy together. These moments are fleeting and the memories quickly fade without the images to remind us. Through portraits and weddings, I’ve devoted a big part of my life to telling stories with my images. And I take that responsibility very seriously. Because I want you to have that tangible element that will tell your story to your children, and grandchildren, and their children. I want a family member to walk down a hallway decades from now and point to a picture and ask about that moment captured in time.