Hi there, I’m Morgan.
Normally this would be the place where I blab on about how I had this lightbulb moment that defined the beginning of my photography career.. but I didn’t. A friend let me borrow his DSLR camera to photograph the last branding at the Chimineas ranch back in 2013 and I enjoyed it so I bought myself one and went from there. Photography is something that I have developed a passion for, something that I feel that I will never get sick of learning more about.
In case you haven’t already caught onto this by browsing around my site, my photography is all over the board when it comes to a type or style. You will often catch me photographing day to day stuff around the ranch as well as brandings or rodeos but I also love doing scheduled sessions for others. So far, I have done weddings, maternity, family, children, engagement, and many more types of sessions so I do not limit my photography to any certain type.
When you schedule a session with me, I will do my best to work with you to ensure that you are getting a package that you want and a final product that you will love for life!
First of all, I am horrible at writing about myself so bear with me.
I grew up as a crazy horse girl on the central coast of California, raised by the sweetest of mothers who always supported my animal obsession. My grandma has always been an avid picture taker anywhere she goes, the kind that gets shots of you while you have your mouth half full at dinner. If I had to guess, I would say that her picture taking may be a big part of the reason why I was interested in photography to begin with.
In 2014, I moved to Mammoth Lakes, CA where I met Andrew, the man that I ended up marrying. Since then, Andrew and I moved to a pretty big cattle ranch in Southeast Oregon (Fields). He is the cowboss here so I work alongside him almost every day whether it’s horseback or helping to work the business/office side of the company. The cowboy lifestyle is something that I am pretty passionate about so living it every day gives me a lot to photograph. Documenting what we do is very important to me since it is something that I feel needs to be carried on for generations to come.