People - Professional


Matt Lit


A 6-foot 3-inch farrier manages to compress his body while marking a horse's hoof with a hot shoe. Hot shoeing, a process dating back to the 16th century, provides a better fit.

Biography: From photojournalist to commercial shooter to wedding photojournalist to dog photographer, Matt's work has always captured the essence of his subjects. ~ He has returned to community journalism after 30 years as managing editor of The Crestone Eagle, in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado. The new surroundings have offered up an array of new subject matter and documentation in the small community. ~ He continues to photograph professionally specializing in dogs, people and western subjects. He also teaches digital and documentary photography for Colorado Mountain College's...

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