It is a great privilege in wedding photography to shoot the wedding of a friend. While many photographers balk at the idea, we tend to think that shooting with people who are more than mere acquaintance make the normally joyous experience of shooting the “treasured day” outright euphoric. That is precisely what happened at this wedding: euphoria while working among some incredible folk. Amidst the the tightness of the families and relaxed atmosphere, peals laughter and the great pleasure of family unity were deeply felt at a level not experienced many other places. Such joy! Thanks for making it so easy to capture such a great and memorable day!
First wedding of the year and of course there was snow. That’s why we love Montana, for the unpredictable weather that always keeps us on our toes as photographers. Gallatin Gateway Inn and their team were great to work with as always. So glad we had the historic inn to work with during the rain and snow.
Congratulations Jessie and Zachary!
It’s summer and that means wedding season! It is crazy around here and we decided that this would be a great opportunity to bring in an aspiring individual who wants to learn more about running a small business and photography. All ages and experience levels welcome to apply.
Contact Tori by phone or email if interested, please attach a resume if you have one. We’re looking forward to adding someone to the team!
We have already seen a great response to our internship advertisement but I wanted to elaborate on what we are looking for. We spend 90% of our time at Eye in the Sky working on the business as do most successful photography studios in the US. Our intern will be directly assisting the studio manager (me) with daily tasks and other long term projects that are going to keep our clients happy and improve the way we do things. If you are interested in running your own small business, photography or other this will be invaluable experience to have.
We need a hard working, people person who can handle some of the less glamorous jobs that we as photographers do on a regular basis. The reward will be a one-on-one hands on photography session with Kene Sperry and myself, but the even bigger reward is learning whether the life of a small business owner is for you.
If you are still interested in the position, please mention why you would like to learn about business and what makes you cut out for this job when you contact me!
Want to know if you are Big Sky local? Well, if you’ve been to or hung out at the Wrap Shack then you most likely are. This is a trusty staple in Big Sky for massive wraps (go figure), really good tacos and margaritas. A very laid back spot that is guaranteed to fill you up and deliver a feel good meal. And now they are under the management of Karen Macklin, who we’ve had a long time relationship with, and Don Mattusch. Karen was our go-to gal at the 320 Ranch for weddings and we’re super stoked to see her and Don in a new venture.
Check out just a few of the images Kene captured to take their marketing to the next level.