SigMT Spring 2018

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SHOUTOUT SiG MT 11 We would like to thank Phil Faccenda for allowing us to shoot our spring style shoot at Faccenda Architecture in Black Eagle. is lodge-like seing was the perfect backdrop for our modern twist on wedding tradition. Craig Edwards is a farmer/ photographer based in Big Sandy, MT. He specializes in photographing the people and places of Upper Montana. ank you to Kayla McAnnally, owner of Rustique of Montana in Great Falls, for providing the wedding décor appearing in our "Wedding" themed style section. Rustique specializes in local and destination weddings in Montana. ey provide an array of services including full planning, event design, floral design, event setup, rentals, and day of coordination. info@ • 406-836-0304 ank you to Kaleena Carr of Cakes by Carr for delicately craing the beautiful wedding cake appearing in our "Wedding" themed style section. • 360-536-0905 A special thank you to our Culinary Specialist, Chandee Bomgardner and photographer extraordinaire, Sara Young for your visions, expertise and extra special touches! Ted Stuff is a Great Falls native and graduate from Montana State University with a degree in Graphic Design. He has over 25 years of advertising and print experience. Ted loves white space and is a Photoshop master. When he is not creating and designing, he's spending time with his amazing family. CREATIVE DIRECTOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER Samantha Louthan is a graduate of Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, OK with a Bachelors in Graphic Design. Her inspiration comes from her experiences and the people she encounters. She currently resides in Great Falls, MT with her loving husband Cody. Jim Wells has spent a lifetime capturing and preserving the many treasures of this state. A graduate of MSU, Jim lives in Great Falls with his beautiful wife. Together they have two gorgeous children. CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER Photographer Sara Young is a native Montanan specializing in creative portrait photography, with a love for photojournalism. The bulk of her current work is shooting weddings and family portraits, as well as mentoring budding photographers around the state. John and Elisha Mack are Really Montana Photography. They passionately craft images people want to look at. Great Falls is home, Montana outdoors their playground. Steve Wolff 's time spent in the Montana mountains coupled with a 20 -year career in the Navy, allowed him to see the world with camera in hand! His photography revolves around the outdoors… the mountains, lakes and rivers he loves. www.stevewolffphoto. Eric Visocan hails from Fort Benton, Montana and is the owner of Burnt Image Photography LLC and Montana Jigsaw Puzzles. Eric specializes in commercial, portrait and landscape photography and sells epic photographs of Montana landscapes at art and trade shows across the State of Montana. PHOTOGRAPHERS Chandee Bomgardner is a Montana native with roots firmly planted in faith, family, farming and food. Her love for culinary arts is best witnessed in her art studio (commercial kitchen) where she creates new recipes and blends life into old family favorites. Chandee and her husband own Bomgardner Catering. CULINARY SPECIALIST SiG MT Photography started as a hobby for K.C. Kreit. By age 19 she made it a full-time career and opened a studio in downtown Great Falls where she tailors every session to the uniqueness of each individual. Ali Spoon is a Missoula-based photographer specializing in weddings, portraits, and commercial photography. Ali has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News, and the Dallas News. ank you to our style section models, Joel and Hannah (Waldenberg) Phillips for siing through hours of fiings, hair and makeup and posing, reposing and just one more pose, just because! You both are fabulous! Shortly aer the photo shoot, the two tied the knot in a ceremony of their own. Congratulations and many years of blessings and happiness to you both. Photo: Sara Young

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