South Carolina Dog Photographer

Ernie, Rookie and Lola

Ernie, Rookie and Lola

You guys!!!! I don't even know if I can handle everything that happened during my Charleston/Folly Beach sessions. Seriously. It was magic every. single. day. The last day with this crew was no exception.

These three are no stranger to my camera. In fact, they have be "tortured" by me several times (according to Rookie) for the artwork that is hanging in their moms' clinic - Brawley Animal Hospital. They've been wanting to do a beach session... (click on the image above to continue reading)

Charleston Foursome

Charleston Foursome

This is going to be a special week over in my blog world! Each day this week I'm going to feature one dog from the pack you see below. This amazing foursome is comprised of (from left to right) Brady, Beckham, Sunday, and Camden.

Over a two day period, we wandered the streets of Historic Charleston capturing all the lovely architecture, greenery, and super-cool textures we could. We dodged raindrops, other dogs, tourists, horses, and more, but these dogs didn't skip a beat! I was amazed at how focused... (click on the image above to continue reading)

Windi & Crickett Beach Session

Windi & Crickett Beach Session

Last week I introduced you to Windi and Crickett - two pretty cool and fun Shelties that spend their time as therapy dogs in the children's hospital. A couple weeks after our session, we took a day-trip with their mom to Folly Beach, SC. Their mom has spent quite a bit of time down there and she volunteered to show me around so I could be more prepared for my upcoming beach sessions.

I've done a number of sessions at the beach but on this particular day, the wind was seriously CRAZY! We tried to keep the pups out of the blowing sand but they didn't seem to... (click on the image above to continue reading)

Bentley

Last week I had the pleasure of making a trip down to Charleston, SC to hang out with fellow pet photog friends Brittani (from Brittani Croft Photography) and Dana (from Dana Cubbage Photography). Of course, what are is a group of pet photographers to do when they get together? Well, take pictures of dogs of course! We put out a call for models and we had a wonderful response. It was REALLY hard to turn any down but we had to consider what we were looking for in each of our portfolios. In the end, we had four doggy models work it for our cameras.

We got to explore some of downtown Charleston during our shooting. To be honest, I was pretty jealous of the greenery and flowers they have there already...especially since I was following the dwindling trail of leftover snow on the trip down there. Soon Spring will be here too! Yay!

Anyway, I'll start the showcase with Bentley. This little Frenchie cracked us up. He was certainly into exploring Charleston too but had a great attitude with the camera. I love how his tongue is a little too big for his mouth. Cutie pie!!!