Equine Black Background

If you're looking for the perfect way to showcase your horse, a black background portrait session is the way to go! The sleek, elegant look of a black background brings out the natural beauty in every horse. Each session includes multiple poses, from headshots, to full body, to more artistic angles. Each photo is hand-edited with meticulous attention to detail in order to highlight your horse's best features.

Black Background Portraits


Up to 30 minute session

Session planning consultation

Image reveal + ordering appointment

$200 print credit

Additional horses $100 each

Decorate Your Home

Put your equine partner on display in your own home with one of a kind, handcrafted pieces of art. Large size wall art makes a stunning addition to any décor. Choose from museum quality canvases, gorgeous acrylic prints, and frameable mounted prints, or have all of your images preserved in a premium album.


How should I prepare my horse?

A.Your horse should be prepared as they would for a show; clean, with bright whites and no stains. If clipping, be sure to do so a week or two ahead of time so no clipper lines are visible. Clipped legs and bridle path make for a tidy appearance but ears and muzzle can be at your preference.

Bridle or halter?

A.This will depend on your personal preference, but whichever you choose, make sure it is cleaned and oiled. If you use a halter, it should be leather with a leather lead rope with a chain. I also have a photography halter, which is a simple rope halter that can be edited out later if you would like the look of a naked face.

To braid or not to braid?

A.Braiding is highly recommended, but not required. If you opt to not braid, I ask that your horse's mane at least be neat and tidy. Long, flowy manes are also ok!

What should I bring to the session?

A.I encourage you to bring a friend so that one person can hold the horse while the other is free to help get the horse's ears up. It is also handy to bring hoof polish, a towel to wipe their muzzle, their favorite treats, and anything that can help get the horse's attention.