A little about me. I grew up in McKinney, Texas. I’m pretty sure my mom will tell you she saw this coming. When I was five years old, I took her oil paints and painted our dog, the floor, the curtains, the sofa. I added a little color to the upstairs den.
It was only a matter of time, before my love of dogs and my love of photography would meet, have dinner, and go on to live a healthy life together. That happened when I started spending a lot of time with my wife’s family, who runs St. Cloud’s Rescue for Saint Bernard dogs.
I wanted to help these great dogs find forever homes. After dusting off my camera, I began photographing the dogs for St. Cloud’s website. That lead to me to taking a portrait of every dog they rescue.
If you don’t know, St. Bernards are a very helpful breed. They encouraged me to start photographing other dogs, too.
So now, that’s exactly what I do. I continue photographing all of St. Cloud’s dogs, and have started helping out with DFW Pug Rescue as well.
I am always trying to figure out the best way to help find forever homes for rescued dogs. As it turns out, following my love of animals and photography does just that.
Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really. ~Agnes Sligh Turnbull
My Furry Family includes