My love for all things equine began in 2008 with my first horse. Khelarra was an Arabian with a possible dog somewhere in her family tree. The ranch that boarded her allowed me to work off the board and she followed me everywhere around the ranch as I completed my chores. My first camera was gifted to me several years later. By today's standards, it was nothing special, but it was the inception for a passion that has been growing for a decade. I can't recall the first picture I ever snapped, but I do fondly remember the first time I turned the lens on Khelarra. The seemingly boundless emotion that horses possess somehow made its way onto that small preview screen and, cliches aside, it was love at first sight.
When I was growing up, my mother said "find something you love doing, and you will never work a day in your life." Later on, I figured out she might have borrowed a little from Mark Twain with that advice, but nonetheless it prompted me to start my own photography business in 2013. The foundation and premise of my company was born that day: