'It is a fleeting instant where reality fades and the abstract dream intercedes. A split second, which for me exposes any separation between subject and photographer. In those moments, I am no longer aware of anything but the power and the presence before me, losing myself in an intimate dance of passion and discovery, where the essence of the soul, be it woman or horse, is momentarily released to my watching eye.
It is a dance that often begins slowly with hesitation and longing, a hunger to expose the beautiful and mystical through quiet observation and gentle encouraging. Unsure of each other, I move slowly, circling, watching, photographing. A presence that is physically non-intrusive but emotionally connected in an effort to expose the most private of moments or movements. What results can be both explosive and subtle, a photograph which, I hope, takes a step from this world into the next, like a touch of magic.'