Samuel Wilson is a visual journalist covering rural Montana for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He has worked most recently as a freelance photographer based in Portland, Oregon, his hometown, and previously in southeast Alaska, while also independently producing short and full-length documentaries. Wilson interned at several community newspapers around the country after graduating from the University of Montana, where he was the multimedia editor for the student publication, the Montana Kaimin, and took first place in the Hearst National Multimedia Championship. Wilson considers the mountains of the Pacific Northwest to be home.
Beat: Photography in rural Montana
This multimedia photographer covers Gallatin County, Montana, chronicling rural life and issues. Located in the Rocky Mountains, Gallatin, which includes Bozeman, is the most populated and fastest growing county in scenic southwest Montana.