IN THE NEWS
Best Series Photo
In February 2020, I drove up to the airfield near Priest Lake to watch the 50th Priest Lake Sled Dog Race.
When I came home, I knew I had some winning photos. Award-winning photos, that is.
I submitted the blog post, He Was Mad He Didn’t Get to Run Further, into the 2020 Dog Writer’s Association awards, a long-running national competition.
It won! I was so stoked because winning an award for a series of photos demonstrates my ability for storytelling with my camera.
More awards with DWAA
In addition to winning the Maxwell Medallion for Best Series Photo in the Dog Writers Association of America awards, I’ve been a multicategory finalist for two years running.
Newspaper Articles — Any Topic
Walking with dogs: Remembering faithful hiking buddies on “Rainbow Bridge” day
Online Article or Blog Entry — Any Other Topic
Service Dogs: A journey of love, independence and “normal” living
The Love of a Dog
Blog or Website
The now-defunct Noses & Toes Pet Photography website
Online Article or Blog Entry — Rescue
Rainbow Bridge: Losing the Loves of Our Lives
My Happy Place
as Noses & Toes Pet Photography, the name of my business from 2016-20
Hiking with Dogs in The Spokesman-Review
Every month, I write a feature story about hiking with dogs for the Outdoors section of Spokane’s newspaper, The Spokesman-Review. Click the headline to read all about.
My dog-eared, beaten-up copy of this guidebook tells the tale of its use.
Get the top tips on winter hiking with your dog in Spokane, from an expert! I talked to world-class skijoring athlete Dan Hanks.
Melissa Gray chats me about good behavior on group hikes with dogs.
Joshua Waddle will never hike alone again. Dexter’s spirit walks beside him always.
What the heck does it mean to be in “hiking shape” anyway?