I will help you design and then make a custom western frame to complement your photo(s).
The frames are made of old barn wood with various inlaid woods, leather, western tack and cowhide.
It has been said that a person who loves his job never goes to work.
For the last ten years I have been making my living from the back of a horse. I enbarked upon this new career by helping friends brand, gather and doctor their cattle. The more I learned about cowboying the more I loved it. After three or so years of learning "cowology" my dream came true. I was hired by the Hunewill family as a wrangler to work on their guest ranch in Bridgeport, California. For the last several years now I have been working for the Hunewill Guest Ranch/Livestock and Cattle Company as a wrangler and photographer.
My love for my job and the beautiful country has been the inspiratlion for my photography.
In my photos I try to capture the country and experiences of both me and the ranch guests with the hopes that the photos will preserve the memories we have developed riding with the guest and ranch hands at the Hunewill Ranch.
Visit the Hunewill Guest Ranch web site to learn how you and your loved ones can truely ride the West in the way it was done 200 years ago.
Benny, in the light vest, and me taking a little break to get some chow and letting the cattle take a rest after traveling all morning.
Burt Canyon located in the foothills of the Eastern Sierras.