I’m very excited to have been a recent guest on This Week in Photo with Frederick Van Johnson!
We talk about my experiences developing Project Prescription for photographers and how it can benefit creatives who have troubles with workflow and dealing with clients. We also touch on my work with ASMP, and the importance of not just being a great artist, but also a great business person in order to be successful in today’s photography environment.
My portrait of my little friend Birch is on the cover of Shutterbug Magazine this month!
(This is the part where you envision me doing a dramatic and triumphant slow motion fist pump right now)
Maria Piscopo interviewed Isaac Howard, Tim Courtney, Cathy Greenblat, and myself about our work with various charities, non-profits, and volunteer organizations. It covers the ins and outs of what can go right and wrong when donating your time and work and features some of my favorite rescue dog images from the past year.
When I first started photographing dogs it was just something I was going to try for fun so I could make some portraits of my dogs for my fiancee, but it’s turned into a huge part of my business and my life over the last year as I’ve been working with both rescue animals and on advertising campaigns in the veterinary industry. I hope more photographers will start to donate their time to local shelters, as good portraits really help people connect with these animals’ personalities and greatly aid adoption efforts.
You can support and learn more about the City of Buffalo Animal Shelter here.
You can also support great organizations like notabully.org to help change minds about pit bulls and work to end breed specific discrimination.