Choosing the right location is key when you’re working with reactive dogs. I’ve found a great spot in Spokane with an incredible view of the Palouse.
The in-between moments are why I rarely stop clicking. I don’t want to miss a thing during dog photo sessions. Not a single funny, goofy, sweet, loving moment between you and your dog. The in-between moments can give me those… Read MoreHighlight reel: 5 dog photo sessions with the fun of bloopers
I met all kinds of dogs while creating the Paws of the Panhandle. Raiden the Akita is one of the biggest dogs of Sandpoint that appears in the photo book dedicated to dogs and the humans who love them.
I get so stoked for springtime and dog portrait sessions in Spokane and North Idaho wildflowers. Fields are bursting with color everywhere you look.
Being an adventure dog photographer ain’t easy. Sometimes they look to look everywhere else but at my lens. Here’s how I get the job done.
Our brains are predisposed to find pleasure in symmetry. There are whole psychological studies dedicated to it. It’s tough to find in nature, even harder in faces. But I think I got it: in an Idaho rescue dog who’s looking… Read More1 perfect face: An Idaho rescue dog in need of a home