Travel & Shelter Sessions

Ever since I took the John & Schoep photo I have been given a phenomenal platform to not only share the amazing things shelter organizations are doing, viagra dosage but to also teach skills to other photographers so more animals get adopted.

Once a month I travel to a new location and shoot pet sessions in conjunction with a shelter visit.  The shelter gets 3 things:  my time and talent, pharmacy my social media fans (some of the best and most animal loving in the world), and a workshop for their volunteer photographers.   The shelter also receives my images to use for their website, printing needs, social media pages, etc.   This is at absolutely no cost to them.

If you are interested in having me travel to your area and partner with a local shelter, or if you are a photographer interested in hosting a joint workshop – please email me at Hannah@stonehousephoto.com – I would love to talk!

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9 Comments on Travel & Shelter Sessions

  1. Alison Durell
    February 5, 2014 at 4:47 pm (3 years ago)

    This is such a wonderful undertaking, Hannah. Its benefits are encompassing for many: the shelter, its dogs and employees, and your teachable moments through mentoring volunteer photographers. So many animals linger in shelters, mourning for a home and companionship. Too many are put to sleep due to age and overcrowding. I had just been looking at photos taken by LA photographer Laura Coffey published in her book “There’s Life and Love in these Old Dogs.” I’m so excited to see your project develop further. Your talent is amazing and will help animal rescue groups.

  2. Hannah
    February 6, 2014 at 1:41 pm (3 years ago)

    Thank you so much Alison!

  3. Debbie Dye
    February 9, 2014 at 12:19 pm (3 years ago)

    Hannah, I love that you are encompassing structured shelter visits to promote linking animals with their new homes. Not only are you an amazing humanitarian, but, you shine as an “animaltarian”. (See, I’m making up words like you do!). Thanks for being a bright light for so many.

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