Shooting Horses in the Sunshine State

We recently had the enormous pleasure of shooting for a great new client, Andis Company, in Wellington, Florida. They brought us down to the winter hunter-jumper horse capital of the world to build a photo and video library with some master horse groomers who use and endorse their amazing line of clipper products. We hadContinue reading “Shooting Horses in the Sunshine State”

Perspectives from “fly-over” country

Recently Shawn and I had an opportunity to work with a great agency partner to produce a custom stock photo library for one of our long-standing animal health clients. The project took us into western Wisconsin to visit some amazing seedstock and cow-calf operations, then into western Kansas to visit some premiere cow-calf and beefContinue reading “Perspectives from “fly-over” country”

A Visit to the Home Place

Going “home” for us means a 14-hour drive across the prairie and Black Hills, to the upper “breaks” of eastern Wyoming. My wife’s great-grandfather homesteaded a ranch there more than 120 years ago. Her folks moved back nearly 40 years ago to build a life for their kids, and build a registered Angus herd. Teri’sContinue reading “A Visit to the Home Place”

County Fairs & Tractor Shows

It’s County Fair season in Minnesota. Those of us with 4H kids know it’s a crazy, exciting, exhausting time. It’s when all the work pays off, or not. It’s the excitement of the show, the yearning for that blue (or purple!) ribbon. It’s carnival rides and the time when we indulge in forbidden foods, likeContinue reading “County Fairs & Tractor Shows”

Merry Christmas from the boys at AgriLife Studios

Here’s a fun little Christmas greeting for your viewing pleasure (you weren’t really working now anyway, right?). It’s a heaping helping of farm and ranch life imagery, sprinkled with a few of our own family snapshots. So, from our family to yours, we wish you all the joy this season can bring, and a happyContinue reading “Merry Christmas from the boys at AgriLife Studios”

Backroad Barnstorming in Iowa

On our way home after a recent shoot in central Iowa for our friends at Pfizer Animal Health, Shawn and I dove off the interstate, looking for something to shoot. Shawn was crankin’ the tunes as we cruised the gravel roads singing at the top of our lungs (to the amusement of the rare passerby) withContinue reading “Backroad Barnstorming in Iowa”