Conni Williams is from Southern Indiana where she was "horse crazy" from her first steps.
Although her family was very non-horse, her parents supported this love of everything equine by buying her a horse and taking her to shows. Conni's first horse was half-Arabian and half-Welsh pony which gave her a great start for careers requiring patience and determination.
Her career in the equine industry included being a horsemanship instructor who is very proud of her students - many now make their living in the industry.
Conni traveled throughout the US carrying several color breed judges cards.
She has been a photographer since 1967 as a Women's Editor at a local newspaper. Horse Photography was a natural with her experience with cameras, art education and lifelong experience with horses. She was the official photographer for many circuits including the Kentucky State Fair (western) Horse Shows and the North American International Livestock Exposition.
Conni's photography and horse career was put on hiatus when she stepped off a bottom step and shattered her ankle.
During this off time, she remained involved with horse shows by increasing the number of AQHA and Paint Shows where she is show secretary. As a certified horse show secretary she has a network of computers and a very great staff.
With reconstruction surgery Conni has now taken her camera out of storage and is back shooting location photography(at the farm, show, park, homes).
You can also find her at art/craft shows throughout Kentuckiana marketing her jewelry and and other items.
Conni has one daughter, Valary Anne Grubbs, who is the apple of her eye.