Christi Chapman of Rawlins is a lifelong Wyoming resident who loves our beautiful state, the outdoors, and animals of all kinds. Her life has been spent working and living with dogs, horses and livestock, as well as informally dabbling in the study of ethology. She currently lives and works in her hometown of Rawlins as a Certified Dog Trainer. She lives with her 3 dogs and fosters a few others for several rescues in WY and CO.
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David Huber has been a lifelong resident of Worland. While growing up, he was involved with the family feedlot operation taking care of 10,000 head of cattle and 35,000 head of sheep. After going to college for photography, David moved to Seattle and did food photography for a menu company. After 4 years, he moved back to Worland where he met his wife (Heidi). They have 2 boys ages 24 and 16. Over the years David has photographed literally hundreds of weddings, families and senior portraits. He also photographs numerous sporting events like football, rodeo, soccer and just about anything considered a sport. See David’s work online at www.huberphoto.com.
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Chanda Snook of Hulett was born and raised just outside of Rapid City, SD, on her family’s working cattle ranch. Chanda married Clint Snook in 1993, and has two sons, Austin (16) and Taylor (13). As a family, the Snooks ranch northwest of Hulett, as well as owning and operating Snook & Sons Realty, also in Hulett. She has served as a Funeral Director Assistant for Fidler Isburg Funeral Chapels for the past 12 years. Chanda also owns a photography business, providing family, wedding, senior and event photography. View her portfolio at www.chandasnook.com.
Hamish Tear of Jackson is originally from an island on the west coast of Scotland, called Isle of Cumbrae. His work is chronicled over thirty years in national publications such as Sail; Cruising World; Powder; Ski; and yachting monthly (UK). Locally, in Jackson Hole, his writing and photography has been published in Teton Homes and Lifestyles, and Teton Valley Magazine.
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Keith Turbitt of Cheyenne incorporates his uniquely artistic vision and years of experience and study to create stunning photographic art for his clients. Providing Southeast Wyoming and Northern Colorado his expertise in wedding, senior, and family portrait photography, Keith captures the complex emotions, personalities and relationships unique to each client. Visit www.shutter-vision.com and experience Keith’s vision for yourself.
Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine | August 2010
Published on Aug 6, 2010
Our THIRD issue! Covering home, business, community, family, wildlife, athletics, travel and MUCH more throughout the state of WY!