Horses are very much central to my lifestyle, and this is reflected in my body of work.
As a Swiss native, I moved to Texas to earn a bachelors degree from Texas Christian University and pursue a competitive cutting horse riding career. After completing my studies, I remained in Texas to run the family Cutting Horse Ranch.
As much of my day revolves around caring for, breeding and showing cutting horses I came naturally to the idea of exploring their beauty, and the age old human-horse relationship through photography. In 2015, I completed the photography program at the New York Film Academy in New York City and shortly after, created my first major project: “Aspects Of Power, Light and Motion” which was subject of a solo exhibition at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in 2017 and 2018.
Now splitting my time between Texas and the United Kingdom and shooting mostly on film, I continue to explore the bonds between humans and horses and the lifestyles which revolve around these animals.
2018 Aspects of Power, Light and Motion, The Old Post Office Museum and Arts Center (Graham, TX)
2017 Aspects of Power, Light and Motion, National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame (Fort Worth, TX)
2021 PCNW’s 24th Annual Juried Exhibition, Time Capsule, Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) Seattle, WA