Eventing Worldwide relies hugely on its team of professional and amateur reporters and journalists to bring readers all the latest eventing news, stories, gossip and more.
We are one big friendly team here at EWW and have photographers all over the UK from event riders to equestrian enthusiasts to university and college students to professionals.
Please find below a list of our wonderful photography team, all of whom we are hugely grateful too!
Should you wish to join our team by photographing your local event, your region or a rider then please do not hesitate to get in touch – you can email email@example.com
One of EWW’s main objectives is to promote the eventing sport and encourage new entrants, whether that be riders, writers, owners or photographers. So please do not hesitate to get in touch whether you’re a total beginner or a pro!
Im Hannah and I live in the West Midlands I run a small photography business Photography By HR. I have now been supporting EWW for three seasons and have throughly enjoyed the experience and people I have met along the way. It is always an honour to represent EWW at events and I enjoy watching rider/horse combinations progress through the levels. I have a great passion for horses and this is where my photography business began. I have ridden since an early age going through Pony Club, competing and hunting for many years. I also completed an Equine degree at University. Over the last two years my photography business has progressed into Family, Lifestyle and Weddings and it is going from strength to strength, you can find examples of my work at www.photographybyhr.co.uk
My name is Dave Cameron, I am a part time semi-professional photographer. I have had a love of landscape photography for many years whilst spending much of my time in the highlands of Scotland. My route into equestrian photography is different from most as my own sporting background is based in cycling and racing downhill mountain bikes. I am also the safety steward for Central Scotland horse trials where I used to take some photos of friends competing to pass the time and my love of the sport has grown from there. Since then I have become a BE registered xc course builder for two events. I am based just outside Edinburgh and travel as far afield as Lincolnshire to cover events, the highlight so far has to be photographing at Burghley in 2014
I’m Tanzy (a nickname associated with the surname ‘Lee’ from my days in the Royal Navy), I am originally from Leicestershire where my passion for horses started. I subsequently moved to Somerset and eventually Dorset during my 27 years in the Royal Navy. I’ve always been a keen photographer and I was lucky enough to combine this with the love of horses when my children started to ride. I remain an amateur photographer but hopefully the years of practice are now baring fruit and I can produce some decent shots. More recently I have been lucky enough to have year round opportunities to photograph horses with 7 months of Eventing followed by 5 months of Hunting. I thoroughly enjoy photographing both and get a huge buzz when I manage to capture a really good image. But of course the greatest thrill is when I know that those that star in the photos, or anyone associated with them, love their photos. I am looking forward very much to covering the South West for Eventing Worldwide this season. I wish all the competitors a safe season and the best of luck.
My name is Lucy Hall and along with my passion for Horses, Eventing, Hunting and National Hunt Racing I enjoy Freelance Photography. I grew up and live in the Cotswolds and after travelling or working in different parts of the world I have been drawn back to the beautiful countryside. I have ridden horses since I was 7 years old and they are still a big part of my life in so many different way’s. I have had a passion and an eye from an early age for photography. My dream for 30 years was to photograph with the professional photographers at the Badminton Lake, at the Mitsabishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials. This was achieved in 2011 where I had the best seat in the house!! My inspiration came from International Equestrian Photographer Bob Langrish MBE, I have admired his work since the early 90’s when he gave me an equestrian book full of his commissioned images. One piece of advice I was given from a fellow photographer before my first Badminton was
“Listen lots, say little and act like you belong” this has stuck with me ever since.
Most of my time from March through to November is taken up on the Eventing circuit photographing all three disciplines – Dressage, Cross Country and Show Jumping and as I’m conveniently located to so many BE Events my weekends tend to get very busy!
To see more of Lucy’s fab photography click here
Tim Wilkinson, better known as ‘Eventing Images’ is a 35 year old a Sports Photographer from Nottinghamshire specialising in Equine Sport Photography and with a real passion for Eventing.
Tim regularly attends events across most of the East Midlands, the South West and Norfolk, plus he covers the bigger events of Badminton, Bramham, Burghley and Blenheim as part of his arrangement with a couple of national publications.
This will be Tim’s fourth year as part of the Eventing Worldwide’s Team of Photographer, and he will be covering the Norfolk events, Burnham Market International and Houghton International as well Chatsworth International, Belton International and Rockingham International.
“It’s a great privilege to part of the Eventing Worldwide Team, having the opportunity to cover these prestigious events allows me to share not only my passion for photography but also my passion for the Sport of Eventing. This year I will again be covering the Norfolk events, and the bigger International events in the East Midlands with an aim to hopefully cover my first 4* Event for Eventing Worldwide later this year.”
Andy Wells – Gaston
He was introduced to equestrian sports by his girlfriend Sarah with little knowledge of eventing.
However, after attending his first Badminton Horse Trials in 2014 he was bitten by the eventing bug.
As well as supporting Sarah at her own competitions, with a keen interest in photography he is building a new career away from the pitch behind the camera.
As part of the Eventing Worldwide Team he’ll be out on course at local British Eventing competitions and capturing behind the scene photographs at major competitions.