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New video tutorial – Lenses I use for dog photos

I’ve put together a new video with a few of my favorite dog images. I talk (ramble?) about what lenses I used and how I got what I did. I […]


Tennis ball hoarding doggies, a rescued piggy, and some curious goats – candid pet photography at it’s best.

If you haven’t noticed – I love my job.  I get to meet all sorts of creatures and people.  One of my sessions this summer was for 3 dogs, 2 […]

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Dane County Humane Visit!

A few weeks ago I got to visit the wonderful Dane County Humane Society in Madison, WI.  I got to play (imagine that!) with some incredible doggies and a very […]

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Max the House Husky

Max is a house husky. He looooveeees the snow and the cold weather, but he also enjoys his comfy couch and his window view from the outside. I love getting […]

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Chester the GSP

Chester is one of the most expressive German Shorthair Pointers I have met. Mostly he expressed to us that we were being silly humans, and that he would just appreciate […]


I got to photograph the coolest pair of Newfies a few weeks ago.  The session was supposed to be a surprise gift for Sandy’s husband, but she ended up telling […]

Maddie in Santa Monica – One Lucky Puppy

I have had the best time ever since I took the John & Schoep photo! I’ve gotten to talk to so many amazing people, and now I am getting to […]

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Home for Life | Shelter Visit

Every time I travel to a pet session, I find a shelter to get my canine (and feline) fix at . Recently my travels took me to Home for Life […]

Piggy Calendar is here!

The 2014 Piggies Calendar is up and ready for purchase. Featuring my favorite farm, Happy Holler Farm,  calendars ship in a few days, and are definitely available for Christmas gifts! […]


Kirby the Wonderdog at Catkins Animal Rescue, Inc

Kirby the Wonderdog rocks. Catkins rocks. Country Care Pet Hospital rocks. This is Kirby – here is his initial story from the Catkins page on September 8th of this year: […]