Portraits of Nature

Going-to-the-Sun Mountain, Glacier National Park.


For almost 40 years Brian has been specializing in all aspects of nature photography in locations including the Rocky Mountains, the American Southwest, the Great Lakes, Scandinavia, and the Arctic.

If you are looking for a specific photograph or collection of photographs for branding or display please contact us to discuss your vision and how we can help you realize it with photographs in our extensive collection or through a commission.


Improve your wildlife, landscape, and macro photography with private, custom one-on-one, or small group workshops with Brian in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks (or your chosen location).

Photography tours and workshops in Yellowstone or Grand Teton can be as short as 1/2 day or as long as a week. Water, snacks, (and boxed lunches for full-day tours) are provided.


My ultimate goal is to employ all of my skill and craft to capture the emotions that moved me to make the photograph in the first place and to share those feelings in exceptional fine art prints.”

We invite you to browse our galleries and when you find a picture that moves you, contact us about crafting a custom fine art print for your home or office or as a gift for your favorite nature lover!

If you don’t see the photograph you are looking for please send us an inquiry specifying what you need and we will look through our extensive catalog of over 50,000 images for a match.

Authorized Permittee of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

Yellowstone National Park

Established in 1872 as the first national park in the world, Yellowstone’s 2.3 million acres is a place unlike any other on earth.

Jackson Hole, the Tetons, and the Snake River

Iconic landscapes, majestic wildlife, and one of the west’s top resort communities all in one place!

Glacier Country

In its one million acres of wilderness, Glacier National Park contains breathtaking landscapes with soaring mountains, 563 glacial streams, over 700 glacial lakes, and is home to 71 mammals and 276 birds. Its companion park, Canada’s Waterton Lakes National Park, adds another 125,000 acres of the same to the north.

What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?

~Henry David Thoreau