About Us


My love for horses came naturally. No one in the family was involved with them, yet I started collecting pictures of horses from every magazine I could find. In 1978, I started a scrapbook, then 2 and more!

As a young teen, I walked about 2 miles to the barn, crossing railway lines, navigating steep, rocky pathways just to be around horses. I’d beg to do chores just to earn a few minutes in the saddle.

Count how many times you fall off, they said. I did. Then was told to stop at 21. I did. What a journey this has been, both heartbreaking and inspiring. People along this journey have been supportive and encouraging, with the ocassional “what the heck are you doing!”.

Meet the Team

They say it always takes more than one person to run a business! It’s always the wife, husband, partner etc. that is supportive and behind the success of another, but in my world it’s my love for horses and my family that keep me inspired and focused.


Twice a Diamond Joe has been my personal mount since 2009, when I found him in Illinois. Back then he was a 4 year old unbroke Breeding Stock Paint. I couldn’t have found a more gentle horse to see me through my ‘senior’ years. Sadly, Joe was put down in November 2019 due to complications from EPM. RIP dear Joe. Your life was cut way too short. Moving forward to 2024, I have found a smaller opinionated mare, who at 4yrs old is proving to be quite the challenge. There is no doubt that she will become a solid trail horse, but it’s going to take some time. Dontmakethisladywait, welcome to the family!


Being behind the camera, I don’t have pictures of myself. So instead, here is a picture of where my source of inspiration was passed down through the generations in my family. Presenting from left to right, My Uncle – Peter, My Mom – Cynthia and My Uncle – Geoff. Peter and his wife May, are both Professional Wildlife Photographers. See their You Tube channel here. Jeff is also a Professional Wildlife Photographer and his wife, Vanessa Lomas is an exceptional Wildlife Artist. My nephew Richard is also a great Wildlife photographer, but has since moved to Australia.