Equine Stock Photography in Lexington, Kentucky

I just returned from a fantastic trip to Kentucky, where I attended the American Horse Publications conference and created new images for my Equine Stock Library!
I love visiting Kentucky because it’s pure horse country! I spent a day photographing everyday activities around a dressage training barn, such as riding, cleaning tack, and even a saddle fitting session—a first for my library!
I also photographed my friend Jill with her senior horse, Ben, who is living his best retirement life in Lexington. And, of course, I had to photograph mares and foals, which are abundant this time of year!
These images and many more will be available in my library soon!
At the conference, I moderated a panel on “Keys to Lasting Success for Equine Photographers.” It was a lively discussion about ways photographers are diversifying their services in order to stay current and sustain their business for the long term.
I reconnected with clients and friends, made new connections, and bid farewell to Executive Director Chris Brune, who is retiring after 30 years in her position. I had a lump in my throat whenever she spoke of her time with AHP. She will be greatly missed! ❤️
One of my pieces for Horse Illustrated, featuring photos from my trip to Iceland, won 1st place in Self-Supported Publication Editorial Design at the Equine Media Awards.
It was a great trip, and now I’m ready to hunker down and get caught up on loads of editing!

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