The Tyler Pfiffner Photography Website is Up and Running!

Welcome to my new site!

I’m very excited to share my new photography website with my friends and the public.  The site was carefully planned, with an emphasis on communication and easy access. To that end, I incorporated a new blog and various social media links, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, all of which I will be updating regularly (so please check back with me!).

I’ve created a new Facebook fan page, and would really appreciate your support by becoming a “fan.”  Of course, we all know that it’s important for small businesses to reach as many people as possible, but becoming a fan of my Facebook page will also allow you to stay up-to-date on my new images and photography work – in Montana, Wisconsin, and abroad!

I also started a Twitter profile and feed, and look forward to real-time communicating, with the public and with others in the photography and art industries.  Please follow me @tylerpfiffner. Tell me your story! I’d love to connect with  you!

I have reorganized my photography collection into galleries dedicated to wildlife, landscapes, people, and even one with structural/architectural images.  These galleries include some of my most favorite images from the past, as well as many new photos.  I’m consistently in the field with my photography, focusing on new wildlife, landscape, and natural images, and therefore look forward to showcasing my latest work via the various channels I’ve established on  Please, check back with me and have a look.

The month of December will be dedicated to promoting my photography as a holiday gift idea.  Particularly those interested in western art and images from the natural world, my work is a perfect gift idea. Available as digital prints or as gallery wrapped canvas prints, these images will come to life when on display.  For those who are cost conscious, please know that my work spans a broad range of pricing, so there really is something for everyone and every budget.

Please visit to peruse my photography. There is still time to receive your prints by Christmas, so start thinking of family and friends who would appreciate western art!

Thanks for your visit.



About the author

My original inspiration for landscape and wildlife photography began in northwestern Wisconsin, where I was raised observing the hilly farm and lake country landscapes. I was drawn to the Rocky Mountains and Montana in the mid 90s, when I relocated to Missoula to pursue photography. I have been fascinated with the land and with photographic opportunity since. I attended the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in 2003 and 2004 and since graduating, have enjoyed incorporating photography into my every day life. I spend virtually all of my spare time outdoors, where the natural world continues to be a source of creative inspiration for me.

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