If a picture is worth a thousand words, Sean R. Heavey’s photos speak volumes. Sean is an award winning photographer with honors from National Geographic, a two-time Montana Newspaper Association Award Winning Photographer, and a Montana Treasured Artist. Heavey’s photos have been printed and published online by some of the nation’s most revered press companies and global companies including Apple, National Geographic, The Boston Globe, U.S.A. Today, the New York Post, Discovery, and NASA. His photos are not bound by geographic location and have been published worldwide, including in the United Kingdom’s largest newspaper “The Sun”, France’s “le Figaro”, and online in Australia’s NineMSN. His images have also served Vice President Al Gore as art backdrops for his TED Talk and climate presentations. Sometimes dubbed the weather paparazzi, Sean is well-known for capturing the raw power and majesty of the Great Plains’ supercell thunderstorms. Renowned for his renderings of the expansive beauty of Montana’s Big Sky Country, Sean makes his home with his family in Glasgow, Northeast Montana where he continues to capture the prairie and rustic rural aesthetic with truly artistic form. Visit his gallery in person in downtown Glasgow, Montana.


Featured Galleries & Collections
Sky, Clouds, and the World AboveBig Sky CountryThe Wind BlowsDevoid of ColorOur WorldFlying AboveWorking Class