You know those moments when you pause, look around, and realize how lucky you are to be where you are standing? That was me when I found myself leaning against the fence of the dressage arena, camera and media badge in hand, at the Tryon International Equestrian Center as Laura Graves and Verdades passaged theirContinue reading “Wowed at WEG”
Last year’s Youth Championships (then known as Young Riders) was the first event where I really felt like photography was something I had a passion for. Now, a year later, I’ve upgraded some of my gear, have many more shows under my camera strap, and have found that photographing events is my favorite part ofContinue reading “2018 North American Youth Championships | Photography”
When you’re in New England, what is a better way to spend a sunny Saturday than driving up to the Vermont Summer Festival? There isn’t! Before my summer schedule got busy with work traveling, a group of friends and I headed north, to the green mountains, for one of the Festival’s weekly grand prix classes.
The last post on this blog about NHHJA’s annual Summer Festival was a recap of my favorite show of the year. This year, with a semi-retired-ish horse at home and an overall lack of showing funds, my only job at the show was to support the riders I knew and hopefully get some good photos.
It’s weird how eventing has become my favorite type of competition to shoot for work—even the lower levels, where there is no chance of being starstruck by Olympians, have grown on me. My most recent work outing placed me at a local, well-respected, recognized horse trials for cross-country day.