My work has been published/featured in Dirt Road Daughters magazine, and the 2011 Capture Dakota book. I've also been featured in articles in the Tri-State Livestock News, and Cattle Business Weekly. My Limited Edition Canvas, "Scatter Butte" was a finalist in the Ex Arte Equinus International Art Horse Competition in 2011 as well.
I do travel and would love to photograph your horses or your family. Contact me if you're interested! email@example.com
I hope you enjoy looking through my prints. If you see something you like and you wish to have something special done with it please let me know. Most of the photographs on this site are offered for sale and can be purchased right here!
The South Dakota Cowgirl
Mon, 20 Jul 2015 15:17:19 +0000Genie In a Bottle
If you know me, you know it’s no secret I’m a fan of Red Dirt or Texas Country Music. And while it may be that as a former Texan I feel the need to support those artists, I think it’s more that the current state of what’s played on the radio is simply trashy pop music where women are denegrated and there’s a lot of drinking and lounging around. The art of story-telling is all but gone in the ridiculous world of brah-country. Which leads me to share this: Jason Eady performing a new song, for the first time, live in a radio studio from Austin, Texas. His new wife, Courtney Patton (whose newest album you all must own), sings backup.