Award-winning equine journalist Allison Rehnborg offers a full range of multimedia services, including writing, photography and videography. For the last ten years, Allison has written educational features, how-to articles and profiles for equine magazines, and press releases for organizations such as Equine Affaire. Her work has appeared in Horse & Rider, Hoof Beats, The Paint Horse Journal, Chrome, The American Farriers Journal, The Mid-South Horse Review and others. Editors can review Allison’s writing, photography and videography, read testimonials about her work and learn more at AllisonRehnborg.com.
With two degrees in equine science and twenty years’ experience owning horses, Allison’s enthusiasm for the horses and people of the equine industry shows in every aspect of her work. Whether she’s writing a horse health feature or covering an event, Allison crafts stories with the reader in mind.
“When I’m brainstorming story ideas, I usually think back to my own struggles when I was a young horse owner,” Allison says. “What did I wonder about? What did I spend the most time researching? And what information was the most helpful or memorable?”
Recent examples of Allison’s photography include a training feature and accompanying photos with AQHA Professional Horseman Ryan Cottingim in the spring issue of Horse & Rider, multiple horse health features and photography in Hoof Beats, and event photography for the Mid-South Horse Review. In November 2018, Allison left her job producing, filming and editing a national television series for the Christian Television Network to pursue freelance equine journalism full-time. Since her departure, she’s begun leveraging her video production experiences into projects for the equine industry. This spring, Allison produced, filmed, directed and edited a highlight reel for Equine Affaire in Ohio (watch now at AllisonRehnborg.com/Videography).
Allison grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, and became involved in the horse industry by taking riding lessons at an early age and later becoming a horse owner. In college, she majored in animal science and later pursued her graduate degree at Middle Tennessee State University as one of the inaugural students in the Horse Science graduate program.
To learn more about Allison or to contact her to write for your publication, visit AllisonRehnborg.com or email Allison.Rehnborg@gmail.com.
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