Once again this year I had the pleasure of working with Animal Planet to take the official puppy portraits for this year’s Puppy Bowl XII. The photo shoot itself is a sport— an exuberant Olympic games in its own right.
Here are some unofficial “game” day stats: 11 hours, 80 puppies, 4080 images and innumerable instances of human cajoling involving silly faces, shrill noises and squeaky toys.
Visit Animal Planet’s Official Puppy Bowl site for more photos of the starting line up and puppy profile videos.
Congratulations to Maya Moore (Minnesota Lynx) for being this year’s WNBA MVP. Here are some outtakes from a TeachersCount photo shoot with her 4th grade teacher, Joni Henderson. Shot on location at the Target Center in Minneapolis.
How I photographed 140 dog breeds in five days for Animal Planet. I’m honored to be a part of APA’s new web site. Read the story Here.
Traveling to San Francisco for a two day photo shoot.
Read an interview on my recent shoot with Animal Planet about the trials and tribulations of photographing cats. It’s all on the FoundFolios blog FoundFlow.
(read it here).
Just found out that I’m featured as one of PhotoServe’s 10 photographers of the month. The series will be up for the month of April.
Here’s my portrait of a Sphynx, photographed this past January for Animal Planet.
Didn’t see the variety in cats that we saw during Day One, but interesting never the less. Met a variety of owners though…
Here are some highlights from the day. In order of appearance: Pixiebob, shorthair Oriental, longhair Oriental, Bombay, and a Balinese.