Photo: Shelley Paulson

Photo: Shelley Paulson

 

Bio

Jessica Farren is a photographer living in the Seattle area specializing in photographing the human-horse connection.

Jessica’s love for photographing horses began while volunteering at Save A Forgotten Equine horse rescue, it is there she began honing her skills and discovered her talent for capturing the depth and inner beauty of horses and the bond they share with their human caretakers.

Self-taught Jessica is very intuitive in her use of light and shadow to bring out the best in her subjects, through her lens she has the innate ability to capture the soul and spirit of horses.

Artist's Statement

The relationships, the bond and the story that can be told through photography are what makes me want to pick up my camera it is what I think about during the day and sometimes the last thing I think about before I go to sleep. 

Horses are beautiful amazing creatures but there is much more to their outside beauty and grace, I strive to capture with my lens that which is on the inside what is sometimes not outwardly visible. 

The partnership and connection horses share with their person is one that is beautiful, complex and has many facets, my goal is for my clients to feel emotion when they see their finished images to see the infinite bond they share with their horse.