Category Archives: pets

a french bull dog | dog photographer scottsdale

What a handsome dog. French bull dogs, Frenchies as they are called, have a long history that started in England, made it’s way to France and then on to America. Now this little cutie thrives in Arizona with his dedicated owner. It is amazing how varied dog breeds are. Apparently, a Frenchie really enjoys spending […]

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two really cute maltipoos | scottsdale dog photography

These two puppies are just beyond adorable! What a pleasure to photograph these two little Maltipoos at their lovely home in North Scottsdale. They were so well behaved, they didn’t even complain when Keith suggested that they jump in the drawer and pose for a picture or two. These two dogs just rolled with whatever […]

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new year’s cards | scottsdale family portrait photographer

What a great idea – have a family portrait session and get dressed in your pajamas and slippers, set off streamers and celebrate New Year’s Eve. I love it! We have seen this family grow – the little boy was just a tiny little baby when Keith first photographed this family. Every year when they […]

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hiking with the family dog | pet portrait photography scottsdale

There’s nothing we love more than when the phone rings (or the email bings) and it is a family wanting a portrait session with their dog (or other four legged friends). I love this pit bull, a striking subject and a dedicated family member. This family has the desert as their back yard – such […]

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dogs are people too… | phoenix portrait photographer

Here are a few shots from the other day. I had the distinct pleasure of working with a wonderful couple that really love their dogs. I can easily relate as I was raised with a seemingly endless parade of dogs. I am currently dad to a 10 year old Jack Russell Terrier named “Pooch” as well as my two bi-pedal girls. Pooch is my first born and commands the respect of her two younger sisters. I can’t imagine them growing up without a dog to love. I believe that a good relationship with pets from a young age in addition to nurturing parents (or parent in my case), helps foster empathy. While there are many instances where this has not been true, I do feel that it can be a factor. Regardless of whether or not I am correct, dogs are awesome!

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