Mountain Press Publishing Missoula Montana
Thomas Lee
Thomas Lee was a gas station attendant, a janitor, a pizza deliveryman, a bank teller, a bartender, a waiter, a cheesy portrait photographer, a film lab technician and an obnoxious twit cajoling skiers to pose for portraits before beginning a career as a photojournalist in 1990. He has authored two coffee-table books of photography, Yellowstone View and Historic Homes of Bozeman, and was the founding Chief Photographer for critically-acclaimed Montana Quarterly magazine, where many of the photographs in this book were first published. He now operates a successful commercial photography business and lives happily with his wife and daughter in Bozeman.