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
Hickory is a charming little senior grey cutting horse, who was fearless in the face of a complete studio set up in the aisleway of his barn. He insisted that he get a chance to touch the lighting gear with his nose, and almost went through the backdrop to find out who was in behind. He was a doll for… Read More
This is Harry, wondering why we have him standing in the middle of Rolley Lake Street in Mission, BC. Harry is the second installment of the White Horse Project and the original inspiration for this work. Thank you to Harry’s rider Chelsea for walking him to location, and back home in the dark!
During my first White Horse Project shoot with Casper, I was having a hard time getting him to stay still- and suddenly had the idea to intentionally shoot out of focus and “see what happens”. Although I promise you I did not plan to do Casper The Friendly Ghost Horse, I realized during editing that, infact, I did produce some… Read More
…and so my White Horse Project begins with Casper. It was as unexpected for him as it was for me. He was filthy so his nose became his story.
it’s official! I have finally begun The White Horse Project, a personal photography project I’ve been thinking about since just before Christmas. The urge to do a personal project began last summer, and I knew it was going to be equine related, after spending so much time photographing horses at Mission Horse Club and Thunderbird Show Park. The project has… Read More