USEF-Awarded photographer, journalist, and pr to the stars
Aired May 24, 2019
Diana De Rosa: veteran equestrian journalist and American Horse Publications presidential advisor, who worked extensively with Christopher Reeves until his death.
For many years. Diana trained horses and competed both nationally and internationally, which helps her understand the horse world from many different angles. A language major in college, De Rosa went on to run a riding school, then was editor of an equine magazine and eventually focused on her writing and photography.
She has over 1,000 published stories and photos to her credit, and has covered or been on staff at every World Equestrian Games, as well as numerous Pan American Games and World Cups. The US Equestrian Federation (USEF) awarded Diana with the USEF Media Award for Photography in 2005.
Besides being a writer and photographer, Diana owns her own PR firm and some of her past clients include DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox. She also does some TV and radio reporting and voice-overs.
For eight years until his death on October 11, 2004, she also worked with Christopher Reeve.