I'm Bozeman-based photographer Pam Omohundro, mom of two incredible girls and wife to one handsome dude. I'm a coffee drinking former Southerner who likes skiing, fly-fishing, and that unheard of quiet time when I can sit and peruse a good book. I'm a pretty down-to-earth person who's always had a little bit of a boho-hippie inside of her, who loves music, and who gets super-excited over cool vintage finds. The quote, "I'm fairly certain that given a cape and a nice tiara, I could save the world,".....well, that's one of my favorites, because how on earth can you argue with that? (And I might not really be able to save the world, but I'd have a lot more fun trying if I were wearing a cape and a tiara!)
It just so happens that I also like, no wait - rephrase that -- LOVE -- to take pictures. Yes, I love creating beautiful images. It's a bit of an obsession, and my family has adjusted to my abrupt halts on dirt roads, my admittedly silly delight as the sun filters over the mountains, while I beg them to "JUST LOOK AT THAT LIGHT."
I photograph children, babies, family lifestyle sessions, and high school senior girls, in and around Bozeman and the Big Sky area of Montana, as well as traveling to other parts of the country to photograph clients.
I'm one of Montana's photographers for The Gold Hope Project, a wonderful organization which seeks to raise the awareness in the fight against childhood cancers, a cause about which I am fiercely passionate. I'm also a proud member of the Professional Photographers of America. So this is me, on paper....or a web page.
I am a mother, a wife, a dreamer, a photographer, and so much more. My daughters are my muses and they appear often in my work. Through their eyes, I see and learn so much more. Join me and show me what I can learn from you.