I admit it. I was raised in a pack of dogs. Six Miniature Schnauzers and a Newfoundland were my furry siblings (along with two human sisters and a brother). Princess, Reggie, Lucky, Benji, Prissy, Gizmo, and Brandy.
We also had rabbits, gerbils, parrots and other birds, lizards, fish, hermit crabs, turtles…oh and a cat, but Tippy not so surprisingly kept to herself. Let’s just say that my mom didn’t know how to say no to a cute animal and I got really good at grooming.
For several years, I wanted to become a veterinarian when I grew up; I even landed a summer job as a veterinary assistant. Anyhow, I have plenty of experience with animals and love capturing them in action now that I’m a photographer.
I’ve really enjoyed being a volunteer photographer for the Riley County Humane Society and recently started offering special Pet Portrait sessions with part of the session fee being donated to this awesome organization.
Check out Willy. After some posed pictures of this handsome pup, I got to see his true colors.
How much fun is this!? Willy’s mama was pretty worried every time