Darryl Larson is known throughout the Arabian horse world for her creative imagery in both video and still work. Darryl has an in-house studio offering state-of-the-art nonlinear editing which allows her to fulfill her clients' needs in the realm of photography, video, CD, and DVD, and her commitment to excellence guarantees that she will meet the most discriminating requirements.
Anyone can fill a frame - my goal is to capture the sheer beauty, power, character, and personality of the horses I photograph - an artist's rendering of each unique animal. The driving, overwhelming desire to capture and re-create the soul and spirit of the horse - that's what I live for! A lifelong horse lover and owner, I love what I do, and I feel extremely blessed to have been able to photograph some of the most beautiful and some of the most renowned horses in the world.
About Randi Randi’s goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable photographic experience for you and your horses. At the end of the session she wants you to have cherished pieces of art and the media marketing materials you need to professionally present them in today’s competitive market. As every session is unique, please contact Randi regarding planning, pricing, and scheduling a time to photograph and film your horses and perhaps your family as well! Biography Randi Clark, a native Texan, entered the photography industry as a way to professionally connect with her love of horses and share this passion with others. For 30 years, Randi has traveled the world to photograph
Wendy Morris-Tank has had a love and passion for horses before she ever saw one. Wendy is more than just an artist admiring horses, she has lived amongst them since she was 8 years old. She has spent every day of her life studying the characteristics and behavior of individual and groups of horses. Wendy's art depicts the character, personality, and the soul of a horse.
Fine jewelry exhibiting grace and magnificence created by Kim Nordquist are found in prestigious collections of individuals throughout the world. Kim's special talent captures the life and presence of her spirited equine subjects creating a heirloom to be treasured for generations.
Saleh Mostafa Lotfy, always had passion for photography and film making. He graduated in 2009 from Computer and Information Sciences - Ain Shams University. He picked his first DSLR in 2008, and is a self taught photographer with books and practice as his mentors. Saleh had chance and honor to shoot Al-badeia Stud horses with Dr. Nasr Marei, since then Saleh has been inspired by Dr. Marei's taste in equine photography.
Anna Gritti is an Italian artist. She is a skillful and resouceful realistic paintings artist. The majority of her works are made with oil on canvas and graphite on paper. Anna welcomes commissions on Arabian Horses’ portraits. If you need any information, please contact her by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Judy and Kim have traveled extensively in Egypt, Africa, Italy and the Middle East researching Middle Eastern history and culture. Their Collectors Limited Bronze Sculptures reflect the classic style of the 19th century French school of sculpture, "Les Animaliers", and range in size from miniature to life-size.