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March Cover Artist: Alexis Bryan

Photography is a new-found fascination of mine; I don’t have the portfolio or experience a lot of photographers have. I don’t even own a camera to be honest. However, being born and raised in Bozeman, I have a great attachment to this region. The things I choose to photograph (using my iPhone) are inspired by my desire to share my deep sense of pride and admiration for the place that built the person that I am.

They say “we take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise lost”. Photography not only allows me to tell stories of places that I have been or people that I have known, but it allows me to hold a piece of time still and capture within it the beauty of a past moment and bring it present. Currently seeking my psychology degree at Montana State University, photography is just another way for me to practice the art of observation. As humans we often become habituated to our environment and the emotion it invokes. Consequently, much of the beauty and sensation that surrounds us goes unseen, unfelt, and forgotten. Photography forces me to slow down, demanding me to be fully present, enhancing my gratitude for the things around me. Through my photographs, I hope to bring a little bit of beauty into viewers’ lives by sharing the magnificence of a single moment.  I am extremely overjoyed to have one of my photographs featured on the cover of Bozeman Magazine. As I continue to further my photography knowledge and abilities. Readers can find other works of mine on my Instagram @alexismbryan.    

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March Editors Note

Keep It Rockin' KGLT

Tue. Mar. 3rd, 2015

Not every town has the luxury of alternative, freeform, commercial free radio. Luckily we Bozemanites have that luxury, and it is called KGLT. If you haven’t turned your radio dial to 91.9FM or 97.1FM in a while (or ever) you totally…

“We Are NOT Picking On the Poor” Uhhhh, Yeah You Are

Tue. Mar. 3rd, 2015

Let me begin this article by bestowing a huge thank you on the conservative legislators of beautiful Montana: You have successfully established that we as a state (and country for that matter) hate poor people. At this point in American…

Grin and Bare It: The Bear Canyon Incident

Streaking Bear Canyon

Tue. Mar. 3rd, 2015

The story you are about to read is true... The names have been changed to protect the guilty.40 years ago five young Bozemanites set out on a winter night’s adventure which eventually involved some fancy footwork, not too many clothes,…

Bozeman Brewers Voice Concerns and Hopes for Future Industry Reform

Tue. Mar. 3rd, 2015

Possible chances for brewing industry reform during the Montana legislative session came to a standstill this February when the House of Representatives’ Business and Labor Committee tabled two competing beer bills (House Bill 326 and House Bill 336).

Topography and the Evolution of Bozeman’s Sewerage, Part II

Tue. Mar. 3rd, 2015

  This article tells the story of the second phase of the City of Bozeman’s sewerage development. Part one was published in the February 2015 Bozeman Magazine. As noted in Part I of this article, of the many tax-payer funded…

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Alexis I am so proud of you and the young woman you are. You have a knack that I believe you were born with and have had the opportunity to develop it further with the beauty you are surrounded ...

March Cover Artist: Alexis Bryan


Mar. 3, 2015

Moving to Bozeman this summer. I'll make sure to have my CV thoroughly memorized and ready to present. Or is it my ears and faux attentive listening skills that need the tune-up!? Ha!

Old Town / New Town: Talent Plus Just Ask


Feb. 22, 2015

Dear Dad, You have several great points in this article. Why in "new town" does a degree equal status and the need to brag about it is so nostalgic. I'm not saying that being well educated isn't ...

Old Town / New Town: Talent Plus Just Ask

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