As an adventure dog photographer, the landscape and scenery are as much a part of my work as your gorgeous pup is.
Dogs aren’t a man’s best friend. And women deserve more than diamonds. Here’s why women and dogs are the best adventure buddies.
When it’s time to hop in the car and find a dog-friendly vacation destination, you might want to set your Google map for Spokane.
Red is the color of strength and love — the perfect color to celebrate the connection between women and their dogs.
I’m putting women in glamorous dresses and taking them and their dogs to epic locations throughout the Pacific Northwest.
We’re taking a look back to see what we achieved this year and we’re setting five dog-inspired resolutions for 2024.
I’ve been volunteering with the Companions Animal Center in Hayden, Idaho, helping them get great photos of the shelter dogs.
Bella and I made a trip to Leavenworth recently to work on a personal project. Check out our three dog-friendly locations.
I always carry treats. They are the No. 1 secret behind getting great photos of your dogs.
Listen to this post: Before we got married, my now-husband was into this thing called the Love Languages. “The Five Love Languages,” a concept developed by Dr. Gary Chapman, is a framework for understanding and expressing love in relationships. By… Read MoreStronger bond: How to unlock the secret of your dog’s love language
Orange has a profound meaning to my dog photography in the Inland Northwest.
End of life pet photography must be treated with the same reverence as a dog who needs respect and dignity as he takes his last walks.