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I call them “outdoor safaris”, and these are really my signature pet portraits. Walking the streets of Manhattan with my camera near the ground most of the time, I capture a real dog’s-eye view of the world, with dogs that seem larger than life and Gotham looming in the background. These pet portrait sessions always …
Mayor’s Alliance for Animals Pet Adoption Extravaganza in New York’s Union Square Park
phoDOGraphy joins two other artists in exhibiting dog-themed art at “G-O-D Spelled Backward”, a group show at Mason Civic League, 1200 Washington Street, Hoboken NJ, opening July 7, 2016
Dozens of cats & dogs found homes at the Mayor’s Alliance for Animals‘ pet adoption event, Adoptapalooza, at Union Square on April 10. Here are a few rescues (some of which may still be available), visitors, and just great faces at the event.
The phoDOGrapher volunteers pet photography at Bideawee (as well as Animal Haven), in an effort to help more rescued animals find homes. Hopefully these pets have found homes, but there are always more at Bideawee.org. Don’t Shop—Adopt! And these are some previous rescues who have most likely been adopted:
Street photography of dogs and cats in Havana, Cuba
Many rescued NYC cats and dogs found permanent homes at this year’s Adoptapalooza Union Square.
See the phoDOGrapher in action with five adorable dogs, and comments from their owners!
Shooting for The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals on Saturday, I enjoyed a beautiful afternoon in Prospect Park with some fabulous animals looking for homes. It’s amazing that some of these beautiful creatures are ever abandoned.
In exchange for a booth (wo)manned by my charming wife, I photographed the 2015 New York Pet Expo at Nassau Coliseum on May 30. Here are a few highlights.
Recently I started visiting Animal Haven in SoHo again, to photograph dogs and cats that need homes. It’s always difficult not to bring another animal home with me. But we’re trying to keep it down to seven (all rescues), between home and my wife’s store. Most of these animals have probably found homes by now, but please visit …
Gallery of New York City Street Photography: Dogs of the East Village
Fun and engaging, Pugs make great pets, and great pet photos. Here are some of my favorite Pug Shots.