I have an American Warmblood who I rescued as a 3 year old in 2002 and has been shown extensively in the H/J ring and is now working on her dressage career. Then the donkey is a rescue that doubles as a guard dog! They reside on my farm in Middletown, Indiana. My thoroughbred (front right), (Jockey Club: Sketchy Promise) who I had up until the Spring of 2018, was my unicorn horse. Unfortunately, horses age, and I lost her to stroke at the ripe age of 30. I began my riding career over 30 years ago with a focus on Hunters and Jumpers. I have also dabbled in about everything else from reining to the racetrack.
I studied Digital Photography at JJC in Joliet, Illinois and have been a photographer for over 10 years. In that time I have shot for multiple circuits, teams, barns and individual equestrians from the Mid-west to south of the Mason Dixon line. If I am not shooting horses, I do enjoy stock and travel photography to keep my brain busy.
Horses and Photography - could I POSSIBLY find something more expensive to do with my time?