I wonder, do these portraits capture the spirit of each horse? Only their owners can answer that question. All of these photographs were taken in lineup at this year’s Wild and Wooly season open at Mission Horse Club. View The Complete Gallery of the Mission Horse Club Wild and Wooly Horse Show
Show season at Mission Horse Club starts next week but I popped out to the ring to catch a few photos of the Jodie Moore Showmanship Clinic. Here are my favorites. View the entire Gallery here
I’m not going to call this a session- it was really just 10 or so minutes of me testing out my new 40 2.8 pancake lens, with Chelsea – one of my go-to assistants for equine sessions and Sadie, the barn dog. Sadie’s one of those barn dogs that has a mean bark but sure loves company, especially Chelsea.
There is something very, very special about Hanna and Sprite and I am the luckiest person in the world to get to photograph them. I have never captured so many photos in a session, simply because I could not help myself- these two were just so cute and the setting in Pitt Meadows was just gorgeous.
Ginny is the apple of Kelsey’s eye. These two have a new but very special relationship and this once broodmare will now to anything for Kelsey, including chasing cattle, drill and riding in a night parade.
I’m at a loss of words for this session. These three were so much fun to photograph, the weather was perfect and the setting was just what I had been envisioning. To top it off, I got the best compliment from Lance : “This was more fun that I thought it was going to be!”. Thank you!
10 texts back and forth to my friend Kelsey, and I had a VIP pass to photograph the drill team at Abbotsford Agrifair. Despite days of beautiful weather, the sky was grey and threatening rain. It stayed dry for the riders to make their first evening debut run in support of Breast Cancer Research Here’s Kelsey and her mare Ginny-… Read More
“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a goat.” Shakespeare The wonderfully adorable Angora Goats from Draper Creek Farm in Mission, BC.
I’ve met some really great people since joining Mission Horse Club, and was it was because of those great people that I got to shoot the Canadian Ploughing Championships. It was a personal project of mine, fueled by a love of Draft Horses and a peeked interest in Farm Life. The Championships were held on private land, owned by Rose… Read More
My last White Horse Project shoot started in a field with fresh spring grass. Not a whole lot of action, just alot of eating. Can’t say I wouldn’t do the same if let loose in a field of chocolate. I just went along with it, sneaking along in the grass with my camera and my assistant keeping a close 45… Read More