“The best images are the ones that retain their strength and impact over the years, regardless of the number of times they are viewed.” – Anne Geddes
My passion for photography started almost 30 years ago when I picked up my brothers SLR and started snapping, not really knowing what the outcome would be, as in those days it was still film and could only see the final product once the film was developed. From then on I was hooked and when I managed to get my hands on my very first DSLR camera, I could really get the creative juices flowing and took the time to learn from my peers, ultimately refining my skills and developing a style that I enjoy to this day.
I started doing equine photography by absolute chance as my youngest daughter lives for these magnificent creatures. They are the machinery of the past, and are now pets, people’s passions and dreams. When I take a photograph of a horse, I try and capture its spirit and soul, I learn about their power and trust as I look at them through the viewfinder of my camera, and then try squeeze all that into a single image that should last a lifetime.