I'm glad you're here, as I'd love to share some of the little extras that my clients have received, and why I believe that my photoshoots offer great value for money.
On the way up to Rio we have to say good morning to all the horses we pass, and sometimes give them a little wave. Eliza will sit on top of the hay in the wheelbarrow...
Raspberry and I took a day trip to Tidmarsh last month, where we caught up with fellow equine photographers Rose Lewis, Katie Mortimore and Louise Groom. You can tell it's going to be a good day when the only delay on the M25 is a mere 15 minutes and still moving at 30mph!
After weeks in the making, spending time preparing Rio for his time in the spotlight, and nowhere near enough time thinking about my own outfits, at the end of last month, we welcomed Gemma to the yard for our very own photoshoot! Three baths, 2 clipping sessions and strategic rugging in the days beforehand, Rio was looking beautiful.
I was in the bad books yesterday... Auntie Anna had to text mum to tell her I was in Elf's paddock again - only this time I definitely misjudged it and might have taken out four posts when I made a break for it.
It started out as a normal week...We had a nice hack out with Bailey...ended up getting another bath...went to play on a crossc ountry course for the first time ever... you know, just your standard week!
Hey everyone! I'm loving life this week, I've been a gentleman of leisure hanging out in the field. On Tuesday I snuck under the fence into the middle part of my field where all the tasty grass is. Mum turned up soon after though with breakfast, and whilst I was eating she closed the fence … Continue reading Rio’s Recap #3
I'm Rio, and mum says I'm the handsomest Welshie cross in the world - I'm pretty sure she says that to try and keep me sweet. I know her games, you know! I'm one of a kind, me. I can't be played!
Location you love? Let me know - a good backdrop can make your shoot even better! I'm more than happy to walk to get you the perfect photos.
Whether you hack alone or in company, it can take a lot of steel to tack up and ride out around the local area. Next time somebody asks you what you and your horse get up to, be proud when you declare that you are indeed a Happy Hacker!