Episode 51: How Horses Can Change Your Life and Make the World a Better Place with Kirstie Jones
On this episode, co-host Katy Starr has a candid conversation with nationally published fine art equine photographer, Kirstie Jones of Kirstie Marie Photography about:
- The pivotal moment that turned her career trajectory from a life of finance to a full-time business owner and fine art equine photographer
- Her life’s (and career) mission to heal the world through horses
- What her absolute favorite (and her horse Mojo’s!) Standlee product is
She’s so eloquently captured the sentimental relationships between horses and their owners, including Tuf and Tiffany Cooper, the Compton Cowboys, Kent Ray Taylor, Hailey Kinsel, along with countless others across the country.
If you know her, you can’t help but love her. If you don’t know her yet, you won’t want to miss out on this interview. Armed with her camera, her pretty palomino, supportive husband and best sidekick of a daughter by her side, Kirstie is breaking barriers (good ones!), one horse at a time.
Standlee owns over 18,000 acres of carefully managed alfalfa, timothy grass, orchard grass, alfalfa/grass and orchard/alfalfa hay. Our facility in the small town of Eden, Idaho is 142,000 square feet. We have an extensive customer base both domestically and internationally. Standlee is a leader in the Forage industry. We continue to market and develop the highest quality products for our loyal customers “all year.”