If you were to ask anyone who knows me what makes me happy, they would all say the same three things: horses, cameras, and my dog. I am rarely seen without at least one of those things, and I am truly blessed that I am able to combine two of these loves as a way to make a living.  I grew up around horses, and competed in the Trillium circuit for several years before discovering natural horsemanship. Competing just isn’t for me, but I still love the atmosphere of a horse show. I can still be seen hanging around the show ring, however these days I tend to be at the fence with my camera instead of in the ring with my horse.   I  love  shooting animals, horses and dogs especially. And I  really  love capturing the bond between horse and human. Photography became a passion of mine after losing three horses to lightning. I was devastated when I realized just how few images I had of the horses that were lost. I picked up a camera as a hobby (back then not everyone had a cell, and the phones that people did have didn’t have great cameras on them), snapping pictures just for the memories. I like to think that what brought me into photography is what helps make my images special. If you’re like me, animals aren’t just pets to you. They’re a part of the family. And I would be honoured to help create long lasting memories for you to enjoy for years to come.

If you were to ask anyone who knows me what makes me happy, they would all say the same three things: horses, cameras, and my dog. I am rarely seen without at least one of those things, and I am truly blessed that I am able to combine two of these loves as a way to make a living.

I grew up around horses, and competed in the Trillium circuit for several years before discovering natural horsemanship. Competing just isn’t for me, but I still love the atmosphere of a horse show. I can still be seen hanging around the show ring, however these days I tend to be at the fence with my camera instead of in the ring with my horse.

I love shooting animals, horses and dogs especially. And I really love capturing the bond between horse and human. Photography became a passion of mine after losing three horses to lightning. I was devastated when I realized just how few images I had of the horses that were lost. I picked up a camera as a hobby (back then not everyone had a cell, and the phones that people did have didn’t have great cameras on them), snapping pictures just for the memories. I like to think that what brought me into photography is what helps make my images special. If you’re like me, animals aren’t just pets to you. They’re a part of the family. And I would be honoured to help create long lasting memories for you to enjoy for years to come.