Bruce Anderson grew up on the West Indian islands of Trinidad and Tobago and it was there on the family cocoa and coffee estate that he began his relationship with horses. He learned to ride on the estate and then represented his country on the National Show Jumping Team. From there he moved on to breeding farms at home, in the U.K. and in the U.S. While in England, he earned an agricultural degree and in the U.S. worked with racehorses in Florida. He eventually moved into the hunter/jumper show circuit. Bruce and Julianne currently make their home in Camden, South Carolina, where they present Nature's View equine programs. A selected presenter for the 2018 World Equestrian Games and 2020 EQUITANA USA, Bruce works with counselors and mental health professionals, law enforcement agencies, school and church groups across the southeastern US. He also enjoys working with horse owners and their horses to assist them in building better relationships.
Julianne Neal is an educator, musician and equestrian. She is the Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts for the School District of Fairfield County and has spent 35 years as an arts educator in the areas of music, theatre and film. She is a certified Secondary-level Administrator with an M.Ed in Educational Administration.
She has been an arts lover and dressage rider since childhood. She began working with Bruce to establish Nature's View, Inc. in 2001 and thoroughly enjoys helping with the work through organization, documentation and filmmaking. She established JA Media Productions in 2019, producing documentary films and podcasts for Nature's View, Inc., the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest and Brooke USA. You can find more of Julianne's work at www.jamediaconnections.com.
Nature’s View, Inc.
Owners: Bruce Anderson and Julianne Neal
SC Department of Criminal Justice (recertification training)
EAGALA (Level 1)
M.Ed. Secondary-level Educational Administration
P.O. Box 1464
Camden, SC 29021