New blog for black dog project

I’m excited to announce a new blog, Black Dogs Project  dedicated to the photos I’ve been shooting of black dogs. I’ve been holding the photos close to me since I stared and haven’t been doing a lot of sharing. Even still, I’ve been getting some really good response from people who follow my Facebook page…

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Back at Waverley Oaks

When we first adopted Toby over 8 years ago, we were still living in Watertown and found that the best park in the area was Waverley Oaks park, also known as Beaver Brook Reservation.  It’s just at the edge of Belmont and Waltham and it is one of the friendliest dog parks in the area.…

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Things are new again

This year is going to be the year that will either make or break me as a business.  I’ve decided that I’m going to focus on my photography as a business and make a living using my camera, my creativity, and my love to help others. I’ve been holding down a day job while trying…

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Black dogs gathering steam

I’m really happy where my black dog project is so far. It’s slowly growing and as of last weekend, I’ve photographed 6 dogs. Once I get ten more dogs, I’ll have enough to get the book laid out.  I’ve grown the project to include photos of the dogs owners and shooting video for the process…

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Black Dogs Rule

With the winter coming I’ve decided to work on a new project that I hope I can quickly turn into something special. I’m starting an eBook project about black dogs.  While at the dog park last summer, I had a conversation with a fellow dog park friend about how black dogs have a much harder…

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