For Episode 27 of Thinking of Art, I caught up with photographer Julie Testwuide to hear about the 8 locations around the world where she’s been documenting horses in motion. Testwuide shared how she began her career, what it was like shooting polaroids, showed us some of her old Nikon cameras, and explained her transition to digital photography.
For over 6 years, she has pursued her passion to capture wild horses in Sable Island, Nova Scotia (twice); Mongolia; Cumberland Island, GA; Assateague, MD; Chincoteague,VA; Iceland; Santa Fe; NM; and Camargue, France. I’m inspired by Testwuide’s fierce determination to pursue a subject she loves so much and am pleased to feature 8 powerful images on kipton.com/shop. We are offering 20″x30″ and 30″x60″ sizes online; however, if you are looking for larger sizes, email me.
Growing up in the Heartland, Testwuide had two passions, photography and horses. These passions have become her love and livelihood. She began her professional photography career in NYC almost 40 years ago and when riding horses came to an abrupt end leaving her unable to ever ride again, she focused on capturing incredible images of wild horses around the world.