top of page

Equine Lifestyle Photographer  |  West Tennessee

Hi there and welcome!

I'm Melanie and I am so glad you are here!

If you are like me, horses have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I first learned to ride on shetland ponies and later got my first off-the-track thoroughbred gelding in high school (he was my baby and later retired at home). And as of a few years ago, I traded in my helmet and crop for jeans and spurs to pick up western riding. I do miss jumping and the lighter weight english saddles ;) but these days I enjoy riding my quarter horse mares and learning to rein and work cattle. I'm just happy on a horse :)

Over the years, I have developed a love for taking photos of horses as well. God made some pretty amazing creatures that we can all agree have impacted us in one way or another, and it has become my passion to capture our life with them through the camera lens.  


Creating memories is an experience at Kindred Spirit Photography where we not only take photos, but also have a great time doing it! Our bond with a horse is unique and I strive to document that whether we are riding, competing, putting in a day's work, or just hanging out at the barn. 


Feel free to reach out to me if you are interested in booking a session. I look forward to hearing from you and creating unforgettable memories with you and your horse!



  • Instagram
  • Facebook

Find me on Instagram and Facebook too! 

From my clients...

IMG_1809 2.jpeg

"We always love our photos from Kindred Spirit Photography. Melanie is so talented and creative. She also makes the sessions fun and stress free. KSP is the best!" 

"Melanie provided a wonderful experience even on a hot summer day. She was professional and knew how to work with horses. Our pictures turned out beautifully. I highly recommend her photography services for you and your equine partner"

"We absolutely loved the photos that Melanie took of Julia and Adele! She has such a beautiful eye for the soft and gentle moments between horses and their people. So grateful to have captured this moment in time!" 

bottom of page