Adrenaline Rush

March 02, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Although the first weekend of this month consisted of a long, but calm weekend's dressage, my second weekend was in stark contrast to the idea of relaxations and steadiness. I was one of the team of photographers who had been contacted to help cover the Golden Button Challenge, a challenge more than a race, covering just under 3 miles of old turf o...
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February 07, 2018  •  1 Comment
Last month I enjoyed a visit to a country I never really thought of as a holiday destination: Iceland. It was a last minute decision between me and my partner because of the cheap flight deals on easyjet, and we found 50% off camper vans with an Icelandic company called Camp Easy (I feel like there's an easy theme here...) Flight day arrived on 9t...
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If not now, then when?

January 03, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
At the start of December, a large number of us saw more snow fall than we have seen for years, the countryside was filled with a magical, white silence, while the roads became treacherous, leaving a number of people with days off work, myself included. One weekend I had been booked to cover two days of competition at Reaseheath, I was waiting to se...
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November 30, 2017  •  1 Comment
The past few months have been full of rigorous routine, keeping horses fit has been at the center of it, and with the days becoming shorter and shorter, my mojo has been at an all time low. I feel like I'm stuck in the mud with creativity, struggling to see new shots, going through the motions when covering events, it's all felt too stationary for...
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Cattle and Canines

November 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
During September and October, I had the chance to enjoy two very different private shoots that were a little step away from my usual competition and equine photography. One, a photoshoot with some gorgeous Holkin Shorthorn cattle, and the second shooting dogs doing what they do best; playing! Each month brings me something different, and I'm alway...
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