Staff Profiles

Sports Photographer

Kylie is the primary and most experienced photographer of our Team. Having spent many years riding competitively in both Show Jumping and Eventing, Kylie has first hand experience in knowing what you want in a photograph of you and your horse/s when you’re out on course looking your best. Whilst most weekends are spent away at shows, Kylie still finds time to ride her OTT Thoroughbred, Jackson and gets out to the occasional Jump Club day.


Event Photographer

Earle is the ‘behind the scenes’ and ‘fill in’ man. You will normally see him either at the mobile office or walking around the grounds taking munchies/drinks to the photographers and collecting memory cards for quick download. However, don’t be surprised if you see him behind a camera occasionally – he’s a very diverse team member and does like to catch a bit of the action sometimes! On days that don’t involve photo shoots, he’s frequently hard at work on the mobile office, endeavouring to better our computer systems. An occasional mountain bike ride doesn’t go amiss in his diary either!


Equestrian Rider 

Jordie, is currently attending Gatton University. Pictured here with her pony Cindy, the two of them can often be found riding around the Oz Shotz cross country course with Kylie and Jackson when not on assignment for Oz Shotz.


Part of our new Toowoomba based team Monica is a showjumper at heart but also a keen photographer. She is keen to commence studying photography at the Queensland University of Technology. She is pictured here with her gelding Monte (Montbretia).


Another member of our southern based team, Bree is pictured here with her two off the track geldings which she has schooled to quiet competition horses. She intends to compete more this year at local events and competitions. Bree recently graduated from Tamborine Mountain State High School and also has a keen interest in both all things equine and photography


The trusted four legged Oz Shotz assistant, Delta can be found next to the trailer at some events. Occasionally sleeping but normally seeing which customers are prepared to give her a friendly pat. She has been known to perform some tricks and will generally shake your hand if yours is extended.