Nancy Pierce was born loving horses, and the Arabian horse quickly became her favorite. Arriving at a career in photography late in life, she was an English, journalism, and art teacher for 18 years, and a very busy web designer for 10 years before deciding to follow her dream to photograph Arabian horses for a living.
– Capturing the unique beauty of each horse I photograph is my life’s passion. The driving, overwhelming desire to capture and re-create the soul and spirit of the horse – that’s what I live for! I love what I do, and I feel extremely blessed, in my still very young career (bought my first semi-pro camera in September 2006), to have been able to photograph some of the most beautiful and some of the most renowned creatures in the world – Nancy says. – Anyone can fill a frame – my goal is to capture the sheer beauty, power, character, and personality of the horses I photograph, an artist’s rendering of each horse. And I’m still learning more about how to do that every day!
Nancy’s photos have been published in magazines around the world, including Arabian Horse World, Arabian Horse Times, Arabian Horse Today, Arabians Magazine, and she is a contributor to StraightEgyptians.com and PolskieAraby.com. She resides in Arkansas, USA, with her Arabian mare and filly.