Enrique Urdaneta is a photographer who was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1969; now resides in Boca Raton, Florida, United States. He learned photography from several master photographers like Leo Reinfeld, Roberto Mata, André Rowe, among others. He studied at the New York Institute of Photography, Roberto Mata Taller de Fotografía and at the Old School Square, Delray Beach Center for the Arts in Florida.
He has specialized in product, people and horse portraits; took advantage of his passion and experience as equine breeder and trainer to focus on this niche. He has also devoted himself to the study of light, natural and artificial, in order to bring out the best qualities of his subjects to create a portrait worth of being on display.
He is the official equine photographer of Brooke USA, a foundation for the welfare of working horses. Recently his photos has been displayed in: Prodavinci, Horse and Hound Magazine, Click Polo USA Magazine, POLO +10, Horse Network, Horse Talk, NJ.com, Polo Players Edition, Polo Times, Equestrio, Elite Equestrian Magazine, Yourhorse.co.uk, Hurlingham Polo.