This home was such a pleasure to photograph. Out in the country with amazing views, and quiet surroundings. I loved photographing all the rustic elements from the woodwork in the ceiling to the textures in the furnishings! So much fun to work with these talented teams! Check out the full Big Sky Journal article here.

Builder - Yellowstone Traditions

Architect - Faure Halvorsen

Interior Design - Peace Design

Landscape Design - Field Studio LA

The great room is so cozy, so well thought out and built. It has a rustic elegance to it. It needed two shots to not only show the scale and grandness of the space but an up-close shows the intimacy of the space.
We had a couple different angles of the great room to make sure we captured it all.
Whiskey neat please! This image helps tell the story of the ranch - I could just see myself sitting here after a day out adventuring!
This room is spectacular and a one point perspective was the perfect way to capture it. Your eye is drawn perfectly through the image.
Even the chimney is a work of art.
There were so many great angles to capture but I love this perspective showing the stairs and the landscaping.
Every little detail has been well thought out! We needed to make sure we got the big rooms but also the small details in these vignettes.
The reclaimed lumber is such a great texture and work of art so we really wanted to show it off in the master bedroom. That art really adds to it!
Bunkroom heaven! We really wanted to show off how this hall and sink area connects to the bunkroom.
Gotta love a great mud room!
This is one of my favorite exteriors of the shoot. We backed up far enough to show off the surroundings - this angle shows the vastness of the landscape surrounding the home. I love it!