One thing leads to another
Getting the black dog photos out to the public.
As we are slowly making it to spring, I’m really looking forward to some new clients this year. I’ve got some fun events coming up which I hope will get me in front of people who love their pets and art.
I’ll have a photography show of my black dogs work up at the Maynard Library this month. The opening event will be on Saturday, March 12. It should be a fun event and let people in my home town see my photos from the Black Dogs Project book.
This weekend, I’ll be at Laurel Learning, talking about the Black Dogs Project book at a reading event. I’m excited about it because it’s a project outside my normal events. It’s a reading event and since I’m focused on the photos, it should be an interesting blend. If you’re in the area, stop by at 11. It will be great. Denver, a black dog from the book will be there, and I’ll have books available for sale. I can sign it right there.
The end of the month, I’m heading to NC for the Black Dog Appreciation Day event. It’s exciting to be traveling for my book and supporting a great cause. I’m going to be there for a few days, giving a workshop on how to take photos of dogs, focusing on best practices for photographing service dogs. I’ll be in front of as much as 250 people for 2 hours explaining how to get that shot that melts people’s hearts so they want to adopt. If you’re in the area, please come and help them help so many dogs. It’s going to be great.
Then, next month, I’ll be part of a group show of artists at Gallery 7, also in Maynard. It’s a fundraising event for Buddy Dog Humane Society. This show came about by reaching out to the gallery and talking about what we could do to help the most people and dogs.