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The Scout Guide Feature : Capturing “The Untamed Horse”


If you are captivated by Lisa’s imagery from the Outer Banks this Scout Guide Feature is a must read. It goes into detail about the journey Lisa has gone on from the beginning to all the details in between. An additional treat is the iPhone video at the bottom of the article, you can’t help but smile at the wild horses interacting so beautifully lit by the setting sun.

Click here to see entire article.

The Manchester Journal: ‘The Untamed Horses’ ride into town


The Manchester Journal posted an article detailing the exciting collaboration between Lisa Cueman and sculptor/painter Rita Dee. Opening Friday July 16, 2016 at the Helmholz Fine Art in Manchester, the two talented artists will combine their expertise and love for horses for an incredible art exhibit you won’t want to miss!

Click here to see entire article.

The Scout Guide Feature


The Scout Guide Equestrian published an article featuring Lisa Cueman’s most recent return trip to North Carolina’s Outer Banks. “Finding Wavelength in The Outer Banks”. It’s a must read as this trip turned out to be unlike any of her previous trips from the past 5 years. Lisa so eloquently and creatively describes her experience it almost feels as you are there with her. The article is sure to move you!

Click here to see entire interview.

Let’s Talk TV Show Interview

gnat TV interview with Salley Gibney

Lisa Cueman is interviewed by gnat TV host Salley Gibney

gnat TV host Salley Gibney interviews art equine photographer, Lisa Cueman, who shares what it’s like photographing the wild horses on the Outer Bank, Lisa’s background and how she got into her special type of photography. Click here to see entire interview.

Horse Show Time – The Pan Am Games

Horse jumping, show jumper,

This is one of my very early images on the road to developing an eye – It is a tighter crop of an image that included most of the rider, except I didn’t quite get all of her head. I loved the form of the horse more than anything and played around with different crop versions. It is one of the few images that I license and it is always fun to see the end results. The PR firm extracted just the horse, eliminating the background and top rail for a very effective and eye catching ad for front row seating to all the action.

If you are lucky enough to live in Canada, the Pan Am Games are being televised throughout Canada right now.