I recently lost my stallion, who was 31 years old. He shared his life with me for many years, offering love, teaching, light. Today I learned that a friend lost one of their horses. It has made me reflect about the nature of sorrow and loss. What I feel most strongly is gratitude. Had we never had the beauty and love they offered our lives would have been so much poorer. Thank you, Fol Amour….and thank you Xama do Top, for the brief time we shared.
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I’ve posted this gallery to show some of my favorite images from past commissions and assignments. Some of them have been chosen, some not, but they all appeal to me for one reason: I believe they reveal the essence of the horse I am photographing. There are a few selections from the farms I’ve visited, as the energy and creation of the farm is an integral part of the experience you share with your horse. Photographing the surroundings allows me to depict a more nuanced view of your daily routine.
I hope you enjoy the gallery. If you are interested in having images created I will be in Santa Fe, (New Mexico), Flemington, (New Jersey), Kiel, (Germany), Devon, (England), Florence, (Italy), Sao Paolo, (Brazil), and points in between in the coming months. I’d love to hear from you.