A Man and His Horse

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Artist Statement


Everyone has a story that deserves to be told; I try and help them do that. This photo was taken out in Coney Island. This New York policeman knew from the time he was a boy that he wanted to be part of the mounted police. He has been with this horse since he started riding for the NYPD. The horse's name escaped me, but his love for her did not.


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Alison Grippo launched her photography career as a Spring 2006 Hot Shot. She was named a Ne Plus Ultra and is represented by Jen Bekman Gallery. She spends most of her time working on a documentary photography book that covers amateur and entry level professional boxing in New York. She has a strong addiction to cheese and generally posts her work on her website and blog. Alison has also won PDN and Olympus' Visionage competition, has been an honorable mention multiple times in the LUCIE International Photographer of the Year Awards, and was "Chosen" by the American Photography 2007 Annual. She was a finalist for Critical Mass, sponsored by Photolucida.org and The Center Of Fine Art Photography, for her Friday Night Fights series. Work from this series has also been published in COOL'EH, FILE, Flak Photo and Story. Her other work has been featured in JPG, Digital Photographer, Surface, Readymade and various additional publications.