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UPDATE!  OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN was a huge success!  we hoped to raise $29,000 and exceeded our GOAL by $7k! We are rolling up our sleeves and telling AMAZING PHOTO STORIES IN NORTH DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA, MONTANA AND WYOMING! 


Since May 3, 2016, Intersection Journal has been firing on all cylinders in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota using compelling photography to tell the story of resilience in these amazing states. If you live in, love or want to experience these states in the most authentic way, read on.

Meet the new face of Intersection Journal.  The same compelling photography, the same message of resilience, but expanded to capture the unique character of our favorite states in the Union.

Montana photographer Lido Vizzutti


Big Sky country will be showcased by Lido Vizzutti, a photographer with extreme dedication to depth and completeness.  His considerate nature and love of life guide him through beautiful stories that reveal his community’s character from the inside-out.


Wyoming photographer Ryan Dorgan


At the base of the Grand Tetons in Jackson, WY, we welcome Ryan Dorgan, an incredible photographer whose images have an uncanny ability to reveal a person’s character and entice us to know more.


South Dakota photographer Kristina Barker


In South Dakota, Kristina Barker will be telling amazing visual stories near her home base in Rapid City.  Fearless and compassionate, Kristina will venture into the farm lands, ranching communities and character-rich highways to share her state’s spirit and grit.


In North Dakota we bring you an exciting combo –

Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Kim Komenich will be creating stories in Western North Dakota in July.  Intersection Journal is humbled and thrilled that Kim is excited to contribute and we watch with great anticipation to see how he interprets this dynamic region.

Second, Chris Rusanowsky will be publishing a photo essay that he captured while working in the Bakken Oil Fields.  Now based in L.A., Chris spent a number of years working in the oil fields of Western North Dakota and focused on documenting the tight-knit brotherhood of his team.

Third, Andrew Cullen will be publishing a story about how people are finding surprising benefits to the slow down in oil production in Western North Dakota.  Don’t miss it!