'In June 1876, the Battle of Little Bighorn was played out not far from the location of this remote saloon in Montana. For Americans of all ethnicities with a thirst for history, Big Horn has become something of a pilgrimage and for those with a thirst for alcohol, the saloon is the only place to get a beer within a 70 mile radius. The Crow Indians who fought in the battle remain revered and I had the opportunity to meet with the current Crow Chief - a direct descendent of those that fought 140 years ago. Bulltail agreed to be photographed by me and I had a preconception of what we could do.
This photograph is very much made in Montana and has been received well by many of my friends in the state. Equally, however, I think it should appeal to all those that find a visceral pull towards The Wild West.'