Old Dogs. Why I fell in love with a company – and now I own part of it.

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Sooooo… here is my huge announcement that I have been hinting at on social media! No, I’m not getting married, I’m not preggo, not moving, and not leaving my job… haha!

I now own part of 3 American made and sewn (in San Diego!) clothing companies – Stonewear Designs, Walz Caps, and Sew Sporty!

In the past year my life has changed in some incredibly amazing ways – and this is one of those ways.

I fell in love with this group of companies when I arrived to my first shoot in San Diego 2 years ago, and the owners’ license plate read “OldDogs”.

I IMMEDIATELY know these were my people. I love my old dogs more than anything – and I have been shooting for them ever since.

Fast forward 2 years, and I’m now excited to be an owner, as well as the photographer for the brands.Their philosophy is my philosophy – pursue adventure and pay good things forward.

This is the best part – for the next month they will be offering 10% off all purchases on the all new Stonewear Designs site AND, in addition, 10% off all proceeds from purchases will go to the Jim Fund at Catkins Animal Rescue, Inc (the fund named after my late husband, Jim)!  You just have to use the code “OLDDOGS” at checkout. 

I have the most incredible opportunities come my way, and I am so grateful to every one that is presented to me.

Please check out the Stonewear Designs site, look at their beautiful clothing (the fabric is incredible), and shop for a great cause! Use the code “OLDDOGS” at check out!

(Oh – and this is my shooting on the edge of a cliff for Stonewear last year in Colorado… we had WAY too much fun!)


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