Shelburne, VT, September 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Noted international equine photographer Scott Trees will be speaking at the American Morgan Horse Association in Shelburne, Vermont on Friday evening, September 21st, 2007.
Recognized internationally for his talents with a camera, Scott Trees is an equally gifted speaker. While screening inspirational images of horses, people, places and moments captured in time, Scott shares thought provoking yet entertaining observations about his life long experience with horses and many lessons learned along the way.
While the images he shares are stunning examples of his art, audiences are equally moved by the open honesty and candor of his feelings and insights. As a cancer survivor Scott takes nothing for granted, He says, “My life has been a great ride with unique and incredible opportunities as well as difficult challenges. I have learned from both. While I want to share beautiful images, I also want to share experiences. As a photographer I try and take something people see every day and show it in a way they haven’t seen it before. As a speaker, I endeavor to do much the same thing in terms of challenging my audience to think about things from a different perspective.” Indeed, it is not uncommon to see heads nodding, eyes tearing and hear lots of laughter while Scott opens his spirit to his audience. Samples of Scott’s work may be seen at www.treesmedia.com
Friday’s program will begin with a small welcome reception from 5:00 – 6:00 pm, featuring The Passacaille String Trio of the Vermont Youth Orchestra. The presentation will take place from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. Seating is limited so please RSVP to the association. If demand merits, a second presentation may be scheduled.
The American Morgan Horse Association is located at 122 Bostwick Drive, Shelburne VT. Admission is free, donations to the National Museum of the Morgan Horse would be greatly appreciated.
For additional information contact: Executive Director, Julie Broadway at 802-985-4944 ext. 26
Founded in 1909, the American Morgan Horse Association is a non-profit organization serving more than 50,000 Morgan horse owners, breeders, exhibitors, and enthusiasts throughout the United States. AMHA serves as a parent organization to more than 90 recognized Morgan horse clubs and national service organizations.