Artist Bio:

Horses and photography have always inspired me.

I photograph fine art images, portraiture, horse shows and equestrian events throughout Colorado and the West.

Web site management for my equine photographs, portraiture, high school senior portraits, social media and blog.

I continually learn about my craft by attending photography workshops, conferences and teaching.

I enjoy riding, swimming, Pilates, baking, organic foods, and coffee shops – to experience delicious coffee blends while I read, journal and dream.

 

Galleries and Exhibits:

2019, Colorado Horse Expo Art In The Park, Denver, CO

2019, Smith Studio and Gallery, Geneseo, IL

2018, True Art West Fest, 40 West Arts District, Lakewood, CO

2018, “First Friday”, Mint & Serif Coffee House, Lakewood, CO

2014, “Visions of Light”, Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts, Palmer Lake, CO

2011, “Visions of Light”, Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts, Palmer Lake, CO

2010, “Visions of Light”, Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts, Palmer Lake, CO

2009, “Dwelling”, Memorial Union Art Gallery, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

 

Publications:

September/October 2010, Volume IX Issue 5 “The Horse Connection”, Horse Connection Magazine, Castle Rock, CO

 

 

 

Why hire a professional photographer?

“… professionalism is the key. Professionals know things, and can do things that others can’t. We draw out unspoken client needs through conversation and deep listening. We make the creative process fun and rewarding for the clients. We manage business relationships without friction or drama. We anticipate and solve problems. We keep commitments.”

“…in the end, our professionalism has a way of making everyone around us better.”

Tom Kennedy, ASMP Executive Director