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You're an equestrian.


Horses are your life. Whether you're on your flashy moving hunter, or schooling cross country with your newly off the track thoroughbred, you have an unspoken bond with your horse that should be captured.

You're an equestrian.


Horses are your life. Whether you're on your flashy moving hunter, or schooling cross country with your newly off the track thoroughbred, you have an unspoken bond with your horse that should be captured.

Western or English? Either way, your horse deserves to shine in the spotlight.

Only 3 things required: you, your horse, and natural light.


I offer both Horse + Rider sessions and Black Backgrounds for you and your horse. I rely entirely on the soft, warm glow of golden hour for the dreamiest images.


Black Background sessions are done entirely in the barn with no additional equipment other than my camera for the easiest, stress-free experience for your horse.


(Don't worry, they'll get lots of sugar cubes for their patience!)

Ears forward, always.


Ears forward, always, is a mantra for any equine photographer, myself included. We'll get your horses ears forward with non-spooky attention gizmos (like crinkly water bottles!), or we'll recruit a friend to shuffle behind me & the lens like it's the 90s. The entirety of our time together is committed to you & your horse having fun (and staying safe)!

Step 1: Select your package

Deluxe Session

• Horse + Rider
• up to 2 hours shooting time
• 1-2 outfit changes (optional)
• 35 high resolution, professionally edited digital images with print release
• Fine Art Session for 1 horse
• Featured blog post to share with family & friends


$600

Signature Session

• Horse + Rider
• up to 1 hour shooting time
• 1 outfit change (optional)
• 20 high resolution, professionally edited digital images with print release
• Featured blog post to share with family & friends


$400

Fine Art Session

• 1 horse
• Includes 5 high resolution, professionally edited Black Background images with print release


$300

Travel Fees

There is a travel fee of 56 cents per mile if your location is over 60 miles round trip from Gainesville, Florida. All travel fees will be discussed prior to booking to ensure we are both on the same page!


Discussed prior to booking

Step 2: Have a question?

FAQ

How do I schedule a session?

Fill out the contact forms below ("Book a Session")!
A non-refundable $100 retainer is required to book your day & time. This retainer will go towards your final session charge.
The remainder of the session charge will be due at time of session.

What form of payment do you accept?

Currently, I am able to accept Venmo, Paypal, or cash. You are also able to pay your invoice directly via my CRM, Honeybook!

Do you travel to clients?

Yes! There is a travel fee of 56 cents per mile if your location is over 60 miles round trip from Gainesville, Florida. Travel fees will be discussed with you prior to booking. If I don't discuss travel fees with you prior to booking, they may not apply!

What is your rescheduling and cancellation policy?

Please contact me by phone or email 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time.
For rescheduling in bad weather, this policy does not apply. Last minute changes may be necessary!

How will I get my photos?

I will email you a link to a downloadable gallery! You can view and download your photos at any time. Additional photos are available to purchase at $25 each.
Galleries expire after 6 months, and a $50 re-upload fee applies after expiry.
You can also purchase a USB for an additional charge.

Do I have to order prints through you?

If you want to! I use Miller's Professional Imaging Labs for the highest quality prints possible. We can talk about canvases, albums, and other specialty products available to purchase.
You are also always more than welcome to use your own printing vendor!

Can you photograph multiple horses at the same time?

Yes! Please include in your contact form that you plan to include more than one horse in your session!

How should I prepare myself and my horse for my session?

I highly recommend preparing your horse as if you were to prepare for a show. Clipping, bath, hoof polish, the works. I also recommend cleaning your bridle/tack. A lunge before your session if your horse is feeling fresh is suggested.

As for yourself, it's up to you! You can come in your full show gear, or wear what you're most comfortable in. Wanna go all out in a stunning gown, or keep it casual with jeans & boots? I'm down!

Where are the horse + rider sessions held?

Your barn!
I like to come 15-20 minutes early to check out the lighting and background at your barn & its surrounding land. Keeping your horse somewhere where they are comfortable and safe is so important!

Step 3: Ready to book?

Or have a question for me?

While you're here, tell me a bit about yourself and your horse (what discipline you ride, breed/age of your horse, etc!)