Tom Reed

Tom Reed lives outside the small mountain town of Pony, best known for the world famous Pony Bar and its proximity to the Madison and Jefferson rivers. He is the author of three books, all from Riverbend Publishing, including his latest, Blue Lines, A Fishing Life. When he’s not writing, a job with Trout Unlimited, four bird dogs, and nine saddle horses keep him out of said bar. Sometimes.

Pat Clayton

When he turned 18, photographer Pat Clayton was drawn to the greater Yellowstone region by its stunning geological features, dramatic seasons, high adventure, and elbow room. After more than a decade of vagabonding throughout Canada, Alaska, Wyoming, and places in between, he found Bozeman to be a nice mix of everything he enjoyed. Deciding that a camera would help him remember the many people and places in his life, he picked one up and taught himself the trade.

Carol Polich

Carol Polich’s photos and travel-adventure stories have been widely published since the early 1990s. During the year, she teaches a variety of photography classes through the Bozeman Adult Community Education program. She has two photo books to her credit: Portrait of Paradise about the Yellowstone Ecosystem, and Wildlife of Southern Africa, about photographing wildlife behaviors after returning to the continent 15 times over 23 years. See more of her work at wildnaturetrails.com.

Kevin Kennedy

Kevin Kennedy wanders around the Americas on a quest to “find himself” by way of whitewater kayak, like a true millennial gypsy. He can sometimes be spotted passing through Bozeman to hashtag bbowlslidin on his Instagram stories, but is most likely sleeping in the back of his pickup in Big Sky, where he spends the summer pushing rubber as a raft guide, and awaiting century notes from unsuspecting tourists.

John Juracek

John Juracek is a fisherman and photographer from West Yellowstone, where he’s lived for the past three decades. For many years, he was a partner in Blue Ribbon Flies, a specialty fly shop. He currently spends most of his time fishing, photographing, and teaching fly-casting, but still works part-time at the shop in the summer. His pictures can be seen in magazines and catalogs, on websites, and in galleries.

Al Bublitz

Al Bublitz is a cartoonist based in Livingston. Besides creating the occasional caricature, Al authors a political cartoon each week based on Montana news, which runs in 16 newspapers throughout the state. He’s well-traveled in the newspaper business, appearing in papers from California to the Midwest to the South. Al’s cartoons have also been running regularly in the Livingston Enterprise since 2009, where he works as the production manager.

Kelsey Dzintars

Kelsey Dzintars is a painter, illustrator, and graphic designer from Rapid City, South Dakota, who has resided in Montana for the past 11 years. Working with acrylic and watercolor, she explores the cycle of influence between earth and humans by painting the emotional power in landscapes and wildlife and our collective experiences among them.

Jonathan Whittenberg

Jonathan Whittenberg is a graphic designer, illustrator, and professional pachinko player based in Bozeman. Jonathan is a terrible salesman, a lover of fine cheeses, and a passionate creator. When not working at his computer demonstrating superior hand-eye coordination, you can find him in the mountains of Montana hiking, biking, skiing, and most recently, splitboarding. Jonathan has found a home in Bozeman and plans to stick around, enjoy the sunsets, and paint the colors. He’s available for parties and special events.

Craig Hergert

Photographer Craig W. Hergert has been traversing the back roads and hiking the trails of Montana for the last 22 years, attempting to capture the Big Sky using paint, film, and digital. His work is on display in several art galleries and businesses throughout Montana, and in private collections all over the world. When not out wandering around capturing more images, he makes his home in Bozeman with his wife Julie, two boys, and one crazy old German shorthaired pointer named Henry.

Zach Clothier

Zack Clothier is a professional nature photographer and avid outdoorsman. His work has been featured in publications all over the world and has appeared in numerous books, calendars, and advertising campaigns throughout the US. Zack is a licensed Yellowstone and Grand Teton photo tour guide, and also leads photo workshops near his home in the Bitterroot Valley. When not photographing, Zack can usually be found wetting a line on one of Montana's legendary trout waters. Visit his website at zackclothierphotography.com.

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