about suzanne

For three decades, Equine Photography by Suzanne has been meeting and exceeding the needs of the horse community with her exquisite images. Concentration has been mostly on Arabians, Andalusians and sport horses, but many other breeds as well.
Suzanne's photos have contributed to the marketing plans and success of many horses and farms, as well as becoming treasured art pieces for the owners.

Her photos have graced the covers of Arabian Horse World Magazine, Arabian Horse World Quarterly, Arabian Horse Magazine, Arabian Horse Times, Equestrian Magazine, Tutto Arabi (Italy), The Arabian Horse Magazine (UK), Cheval Arabe (France) as well as publications in Canada, and South America to South Africa, to mention a few.

Suzanne's lifetime love affair and personal experiences with horses since early childhood, is culminated into a unique ability to see into the soul of the horse and capture the beauty and spirit of this magnificent creature to share with others.

Her images, while preserving the integrity of correct form and function of the horse to use for successful marketing, also create a work of art for the owner to cherish forever. Her innate ability to artistically depict performance horses at their best has made her the choice of nationally recognized trainers across the nation.

In addition, Suzanne has extended her services to not only creating the perfect image, but insuring the effectiveness of your advertising by designing it herself from start to finish.


artist statment

For me horses are as essential as the air I breath, as vital as my own heart beat. Their spirited, dark eyes capture me; their strength and gentle nature fascinate me; their grace, intelligence and playfulness bond me to them as surely as the sun, wind, and rain bond me to life.

Ever since I was a small child, horses of all kinds have galloped through my life and dreams, sparking magic in my soul. I've raised, ridden, and shown horses for as long as I can remember,
and devoted the last three decades to photographing them professionally.

When the sun glances off a wild toss of the head and the light glitters across a stallion's rippling muscles, my heart pounds with excitement. In this moment, I enter the arena of horse essence and my camera shutter fires instinctually.

If I want to capture a mare's magnetic personality, or the proud and sexy flair of a powerful stallion, I've learned to underplay my directions to the handler and let the horse show me who he is. I listen to the rhythm of hoof beats and hearts. I anticipate the vibrant dance of form and function, the moment when a horse shows me his character and soul, his inner light and spirit.

When I photograph them, horses senses my love and joy in their presence. In turn, I sense the ones destined for greatness, from the stallions I've photographed as young colts, up to their national championships and top sire-of-the-year awards, to the fillies that have become champions and grace the producers hall of fame lists.

 Throughout it all - the light, the shadows, and the camera angles - I move with intuitive anticipation for that one moment when the horse and I merge into the grandeur of each other's souls.