About Me

Marshall Haigler is a visual story teller based in the Northern Rocky Mountains, more specifically, Whitefish, Montana. Originally from the beautiful state of North Carolina, he grew up as an avid camper, hiker, outdoorsman, and artist. Growing apart from the artistic side of life, due to studies and corporate work life, it was only recently when he discovered photography. Combining his love for the outdoors and proximity to some of North America's Greatest landscapes, you can find him summiting mountains at first light, traveling by headlamp, and most of the time with his husky, Luna. As a published photographer, his passion lies in working with brands that promote sustainability, adventure, protecting public lands, and anything outdoors or travel. In his work, he enjoys telling stories of dramatic light kissing landscapes that only few get to experience. Now you can find him miles into the backcountry in some of the best wilderness complexes the states have to offer. Rumor has it, that if you see a lone headlamp glow charging toward a summit in Glacier National Park during the summer, thats probably him. That is, if you're up early enough.