Pros without egos

Based out of Bozeman, MT, 40 Watt is a creative agency servicing the Western United States that specializes in photo and video content for social media, websites, and other marketing materials. As the 2019-2021 winner of ‘Best of Bozeman’ for Wedding and Portrait Photography, we serve our clients with a creative mindset and love for people and their projects. We describe our style as natural, candid, and heavily experience based; our team is bold and professional to provide a comprehensive client experience.

Meet the fam

Mallory Regan

Owner + Creative Director
Mallory has lived in Bozeman for 8 years developing 40 Watt Photo into a thriving wedding and portrait photography business. After a surprising 2020, Mallory grew her skills in video to offer a new way of allowing clients to tell their stories. Her job isn’t just creative; it’s making you feel comfortable and confident and getting to know your brand as well as you do. She does this job with excellence and professionalism, and doesn’t take it for granted.

Grant Davidson

Video Producer
Grant Davidson is a video producer and assistant to Mallory at 40 Watt. He’s responsible for helping plan and execute video shoots, video editing, and business strategy. As a film and finance student at Montana State University, he brings enthusiasm, experience and a fresh perspective to 40 Watt. When he isn’t working you can find him fulfilling his responsibilities with the Sigma Chi Beta Rho fraternity, riding his dirt bike somewhere in the woods, or making friends with a dog.

Dean Tsandes

Photography Assistant
Dean is a photo assistant for 40 Watt. If you choose to hire a second photographer for your wedding, Dean is your man. He also works on other large photo and video projects as he continues to expand his skill set. Dean also helps the team keep their heads on straight by organizing our project management and workflows. Otherwise, you can probably find him outside mountain biking, rock climbing, or fishing!

Ellie Dog

Office Assistant
Ellie is the official mascot of 40 Watt. Calling her a dog is generous: we've voted and decided that she's half skunk, half fox, half shark, half gremlin, and half dog. Is she actually kind of a huge distraction? Maybe. However, it's been proven that 5 minutes of Ellie snugs is the clinical cure for a creative block...or something.

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