Saturday, June 12, 2010


I have been photographing this Arabian Show in Hughesville, Pennsylvania for over 20 years and it is always a pleasure. Some of the people I photographed as juniors at this show in the 80's now have their own children competing!
When I made the decision to drastically reduce the amount of events that I officiate at this was one that I kept on the schedule. I enjoy the location, the people and horses and it has a friendly, supportive atmosphere that I wish could be the norm at horse shows rather than the exception! Not only that but the exhibitors go out of their way to let me know they appreciate me, something that seems to be rarer and rarer with many show photographers struggling with poachers, moms with cameras and people lifting images without paying.
Here is a link to some of my favorites from this show. Enjoy!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Spring in Virginia

I spent a beautiful spring day photographing the people and the horses they love at TuDane Farm in Warrenton Virginia this past April.
This farm is run by Jonelle and Tracy Mullen. Tracy was the person that started me on my journey with horses as a teenager with weekly riding lessons. I feel fortunate to have her give me my start with horses and also for our friendship that has lasted now for 35 years!

In this photo is Tracy's daughter Jonelle and her daughter Kelsey. Three generations of horse lovers! See all the photos from this shoot here.

This month I will be travelling in Western New York, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania. I am available to stop at your place and help you capture the images you need, and as always I am looking for photo ops!

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