On Assignment for the Montana Department of Agriculture

by Fire Girl Jess on November 11, 2017

It’s been a busy week running around the region shooting a series of assignments for the Montana Department of Agriculture. From local beef served in Livingston elementary schools to MAP Brewing in Bozeman to Montana Cross Farms in Twin Bridges, it’s been a change of pace from my normal fish-centric fare. Montana Cross was a personal favorite — felt fantastic to be back on a working farm and outside… made me miss my stall-mucking, hay-bucking childhood.

Thanks to icy roads and the fact that winter has decided to arrive full-force here in Montana, it was less fun to be driving around, but low and slow is the name of the game, and gets it done. Had a couple days of dawn patrol hunting this week as well — somehow it’s easier to get out of bed at 4:30AM, even in the snow and darkness, if there’s game to be chased. About to head down to Texas for a few weeks of work… eager for a bit of sunshine and warm temps already!

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Commercial photographer November 12, 2017 at 08:43

Wow, such a lovely set – winter on the country side, I wish I can be commissioned for such assignment. The image with the piglets is so cool!!!


Fire Girl Jess November 29, 2017 at 17:57

It was very cosy… and cold! Glad you enjoyed the piglets. Pretty special to get to see them so young.


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