Hello! My name is Keeley McKay and I’m an intimate wedding and elopement photographer based in Bozeman, Montana. If you’ve never been, Bozeman and its neighbors, Big Sky, Paradise Valley, and Yellowstone National Park, offer some of the most stunning landscapes and provide the perfect setting for your wedding, whether you prefer the convenience of a venue or the vistas of a mountaintop.
Born and raised in Seattle, the coast is home to me, but the mountains of Montana have grown on me over the years. I have come to love a good mountain lake adventure with my S/O and our American Bulldog. Are you considering an adventurous elopement in Montana? I’d love to scout that perfect location for you! While Bozeman is home, I’m always up for travel, too.
While I love a beautiful venue and gorgeous, curated details as much as the next girl, my heart truly lies in the real, raw, and unplanned moments that happen organically and I strive to tell your unique love story through those moments. In order to get to know you as a couple so that I can authentically capture your relationship over the course of your wedding day, I include engagement sessions in each collection. I also prefer to work closely with you throughout your planning process to get to know you, what you hope for in your wedding photography, and help you plan your timeline to make the most of your day.
I fully believe that photos are most valuable when they are printed, whether in album form or hanging on the wall, and offer several ways for you to enjoy your wedding photos in a tangible form. Each collection is customized to provide you everything you want and nothing you don’t. Additionally, I offer film photography for those who know, love, and want the medium represented in their wedding gallery.
I believe it is so important to “click” with your wedding photographer: you’ll spend more time with him or her over the course of planning and your wedding day than nearly all your other vendors and, aside from the marriage itself and your memories of the day, your photos are the one thing that remains after the day is over. As such, it’s so important to know and love your photographer, his or her work, and trust that person to capture your day in a way that reflects the two of you. Intrigued? Let’s chat! I’d love to get to know more about you and your fiancé, what makes your relationship unique, and see if we might be a good team. First drink’s on me!