Not long after graduating from the University of Virginia, Janie Osborne discovered Montana on a spontaneous cross-country road trip.
Twenty-four years later, Janie is based in Bozeman with her husband and two children and photographs regularly for national titles and commercial clients.
Janie's images have been featured in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine,
The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, NBC News, Travel + Leisure, Getty, BBC, Associated Press, Food & Wine, and others.
Recent highlights include pandemic coverage of Montana's governor for The New York Times, updates to personal photojournalistic projects, and several national feature stories.
Recent feature stories:
• "In North Dakota, Boom, Bust and Oil," The New York Times, 2015
• “Can Montana’s Smith River Survive a Nearby Mine?” The New York Times, 2015
Janie is as passionate about capturing the coal-town culture of Colstrip, Montana as she is about embarking on a six day raft trip assignment down the Grand Canyon ("Rafting Through the Grand Canyon in Vintage Style") as she is about collaborating with commercial clients on food and product imagery for web sites and social media. To every project, Janie brings her broad range of professional skills and story-telling talents. For more information, or to set up an individual consultation, call 406.581.1927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.