Posts in animal photography
Charlie and Family

I was approached by a caring woman who wanted a pet session for her sister. Her rescue dog, Charlie, was diagnosed with cancer about a year after they adopted him. This young pup lived the good life with his mom and dad, going through the drive throughs at Starbucks for his puppuccino, taking long walks at the nearby park and of course helping his mom on days she had to work from home. Sometimes there is nothing you can do to take someone’s pain away, but you can give the gift of memories, memories that you can frame and revisit often. Sweet Charlie passed away a short time after this session, and his parents were grateful that we took these photos when he was feeling well and was happy. Charlie was a gentle soul, who was clearly loved by anyone he met. Thank you for spending some of your time with me Charlie.

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Animal transports

As an animal lover, I often try to find as many ways as possible to help aid my furry friends. My most recent volunteer work has included helping with transports. These  transports are organized by some incredible people. Volunteers generously donate their time and gas to sign up for a leg, which is about an hour drive. The animals are handed off from leg to leg until they make their destination, typically a rescue, foster or even adopter. These lucky felines and canines are often on an urgent list in high-kill shelters in the south, and saved from euthanasia. 

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