Tori Pintar - Photographer

Sharing: to give a portion of (something) to another or others.
This word comes up in my vocabulary a lot. It’s important to me. I believe that in order to create the the extraordinary images that you deserve will require a lot of sharing.
From bottles of beer at our first meeting, to tears on your wedding day, to our biggest passions, sometimes even pieces of our truths, we’ll need to be open to a little vulnerability.
It’s through this connection, this giving to one another, that we make photos that do justice the wonderful, full-hearted, deep belly laughing, sincere, lovely people that you are.
And a little about me…
I don’t believe in regrets.
Meals should take three hours or five bottles of wine, whichever comes first.
My Anthropologie online shopping cart is always full.
Sometimes I eat chocolate malted milkshakes for breakfast. Extra thick of course.
I still don’t know how to use Twitter Snapchat.
My dream is that all women will have solo travel opportunities. It’s how I lost my ceiling and started down a path to a bigger, bolder life.
Do difficult things. Even when you don’t want to. Especially when you don’t want to.
I believe that celebrations can be anything you want them to be–big, bold, beautiful or quiet, intimate, private. Anything and everything in between. Authenticity over tradition. Honor yourselves and the people you love. This is why we celebrate. 
 I’m a Montana wedding photographer based in Big Sky but I love traveling with my clients to the places they love to celebrate their love anywhere in the world.