When I was young I used to visit my uncle and ask him how to get in horse photography.
He told me to try the new “horse-photography” course at the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.
It was a great idea, so I went.
I was amazed at how easy it was to get a horse in there.
I went and got one and started taking pictures of it.
I started taking some of the same pictures again, this time in a different room and also with different lighting, and I started to learn more about horses.
I soon realised that this was a hobby I could really enjoy, and a passion I wanted to pursue full time.
The next year I started travelling around Europe with my uncle.
I also made a video camera which I have been shooting and sharing for the last few years.
I have always wanted to be a photographer, so when my uncle’s passing was announced, I thought I would start a new career.
My first job was with a family charity and then a small business.
I am now based in New York City and I am also working with my new book, The Horse Photographer, to promote horse photography in Ireland.
Irish horse photographer James Ryan is one of the best and most well-known horse photographers of his generation.
He started his career in the late 1970s with the Royal Irish Mounted Police.
Since then he has travelled around the world photographing hundreds of horses, capturing the wild lives of many of the animals and their behaviour.
Ryan has become one of Ireland’s most sought-after horse photographers, and he has captured some of Irelands most famous horses including one named The Paddy, which he has named after his late father.
The Horse Photographer was originally published in the New York Times, and has been translated into a number of languages, including English and Spanish.
James Ryan’s first job at the Royal Canadian Mounted Regiment was as a photographer for the Mounties.
He was also a photographer with the Irish Police Service.
Ryan’s photographs are now in the collection of the National Horse Museum in Dublin and also featured on the cover of The Irish Telegraph, and in the Guinness Book of Records.
A photo by James Ryan, taken by Robert Mabey, was the cover story of the Irish Telegraph in 1972.
The article is available as an eBook on the Bookseller website for $15.95.
A photo of a young man on a horse is displayed on the covers of The Horse Journal and The Irish Herald.
A book on the Irish horse is also available on Amazon.
Ryan’s books are also available as audiobooks.