Pricing & Packages

The Ultimate Adventure


All sessions include: 

  • Five hours of adventure (includes photography & travel time)
  • Up to six family members* 
  • Minimum of 75 fully-edited images
  • Secure, online gallery for printing and sharing
  • Location scouting and advice
  • Wardrobe selection assistance
  • Trip planning tips and tricks
  • Travel included in price
  • An adventure you’ll never forget!

Starting at $900

*inquire for information about booking a larger group session


Locations include: Wherever we end up in and around Glacier!

couple walking away from photographer at sun point in glacier national park at sunrise

Half Day Adventure


All sessions include: 

  • Three hours of adventure (includes photography & travel time)
  • Up to six family members* 
  • Minimum of 50 fully-edited images
  • Secure, online gallery for printing and sharing
  • Location scouting and advice
  • Wardrobe selection assistance
  • Trip planning tips and tricks
  • Travel included in price
  • An adventure you’ll never forget!

Starting at $600

*inquire for information about booking a larger group session


Locations include (pick 3): West Glacier, Apgar, 5-mile pull out on Lake McDonald, Fish Creek, Lake McDonald Lodge, Avalanche cedars, McDonald Creek, Big Bend, Logan pass.

family of five posing at big bend in glacier national park

Mini Adventure


All sessions include: 

  • One hour and 15 minutes of adventure (includes photography & travel time)
  • Up to six family members* 
  • Minimum of 30 fully-edited images
  • Secure, online gallery for printing and sharing
  • Location scouting and advice
  • Wardrobe selection assistance
  • Trip planning tips and tricks
  • Travel included in price
  • An adventure you’ll never forget!

Starting at $400

*inquire for information about booking a larger group session


Locations include (pick 2): West Glacier, Apgar, 5-mile pull out on Lake McDonald, Fish Creek.

family of 6 standing together posing in west glacier Montana

COVID-19 update

Glacier National Park is open and is currently only open at West Glacier entrance. Many services will not be available due to decreased staff. Some locations may not be open or available to photograph at. Current reports do not indicate when the East Side of the park (Two Medicine, St. Mary's, and Many Glacier) will open for the 2021 season. The iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road has not officially opened for the 2021 season.

You can find information at nps.gov with the latest on openings, closures, and limitations.

I will not be scheduling photography sessions in Two Medicine, St. Mary's, or Many Glacier at this time due to travel restrictions from the Blackfeet tribe.

To eliminate as much contact as possible, I will invoice you for the the remainder of your session the day prior.

FAQ

What do you bring with you?

I am pretty prepared for Glacier, this comes with years of experience hiking, visiting, and camping in Glacier National Park. I will bring 2 cans of bear spray, a first aid kit, and all my camera gear.

Why should we go with you?

I'm easy going, I won't talk politics, I enjoy being around kids, and I can crack witty jokes.

But for real, I am knowledgeable, I've got some camera skills, and I love being in Glacier. SO MUCH!

Do you drive or do we?

Due to COVID-19, I will be practicing social distancing with my clients and will ask that you follow me in your vehicle.

How many pictures will we receive?

See the package details. It's important to remember that it's more about capturing whats happening on adventure. Will you have a gallery to go through, absolutely. And yes I will have my camera on me at all times.

Will you give us helpful information for our trip?

You betcha. That is my number one goal. I want you to experience Glacier National Park and its surroundings to the fullest. You can check out some of my blogs in 2020 for the inside scoop.

Do we need a park pass?

Yes! You will need to obtain your own pass to enter into Glacier National Park. You can view current prices at nps.gov and purchase online. If you're planning on hitting more than 1 national park in a year, I highly recommend purchasing an America the Beautiful Pass, also known as the Interagency Pass (it gives you access to all US National Parks for a fee of $80, saves you money if you travel a lot).

What kind of shoes should we wear?

I recommend a shoe with good traction. Dress shoes and National Parks sound like a bad accident waiting to happen. Well be on rocky ground, that can be uneven at times.

How far in advance should we contact/book you?

I often have my schedule open for booking about 1-2 months in advance.