Flexin'

September 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I'm always going on about how my line of work can be very unpredictable, and I regularly end up with an unexpected call or email, asking me if I'll shoot something I haven't done before. Well, this month was no different. At the end of July, I received a WhatsApp message from Richard Foster (Owner of Strom Sports Nutrition, in Shrewsbury) and Kate...
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Living Wild

July 31, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
In May of this year, I decided that I wanted to photograph the semi-wild ponies that inhabit the Long Mynd, Shropshire. Although I love the detailing in clean tack and glistening coats, my creativity craved something a little more rough and ready, with filthy textures of untamed manes, and winter coats which were just hanging on as the summer coat...
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Scottish Adventures

June 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Recently I have been experimenting with landscape photography, I feel that it could help to improve my equine work, helping me to consider the composition of the background while shooting horses, as well as keep my creativity fresh. Earlier this month me and my partner took a week away in Scotland with no real plan other than to head up the West co...
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If You Go Down to the Woods Today

June 06, 2017  •  2 Comments
Two weeks ago I was blessed with the opportunity to cover a TREC competition at Bissell Wood Equestrian in Worcestershire, a discipline which I always thoroughly enjoy covering as it is so unique. Once I arrived at the venue on the Friday and set up my tent, familiarised myself with my neighbors for the weekend, and went to seek out the event organ...
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A Creative Reset

May 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
During April, I decided to take a friend up on the invitation to join her on a trip out to watch the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships at Hartpury College. As of late, I was starting to feel a little bogged down with competition photography, that my work was no longer exciting enough, that I wasn't having any new ideas, struggling to see...
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