Animal Photographer serving Northern Colorado and Denver areas
Briar & Thatcher
What a fun session! The Soderholm family are long time clients and great friends. Briar posed for my favorite magical snow shot thus far! And Thatcher is pretty cute himself. Also, such a cute chicken coop, am I right?
Monroe & Dribble
Sue was a part of my 100 days of animals project, I photographed her cat, Truman, some of her dogs and her box turtles. I was so excited when she brought out some snacks for them and I was able to capture the strawberry shots!
What can I say…since I met Molly, she has become my muse and one of my best furry friends. Being blind doesn’t stop her one bit. She’s very well known in Fort Collins as her person works at Wagz Pet Market downtown. She greets each and every person and pup that comes in with a hearty tail wag and sometimes a non-stop bark that is saying “BUUYYY MEEE A PIIGGG EAARRR!”
Yoko, Fonz & Sonny
I spent a wonderful Saturday morning with my friend, Yoko, who was four the last time we met. This time, I was able to meet her new brothers, Fonz and Sonny. Yoko was the same wonderful sweetheart I remember and Fonz was delightful. Sonny, who was rescued from a life on the streets (his parents found him behind a restaurant dumpster) was the biggest character of all. I love that he walked in front of his dogs and posed like this, what a moment. I like to think of it as a badass band album cover.
Lorca was a delight to photograph. As long as you had a ball, you had her attention!
Finn-Binn-Bunny-Boo-Boo. I used to live with Finn and he is a magical animal. So fluffy and so healthy, he’s never been to the vet in his 11 years!
I photographed Boss in hopes to help get him adopted. He had been at the Fremont County Humane Society for a long time and was being fostered by my friend Pete. So handsome! He was adopted shortly after the session. I’m always willing to help out pups in need of forever homes!
Funyuns & Ophelia
That is right, a goat named Funyuns. Why not? I watched this pair grow from babies to mommas themselves. These two made me fall madly in love with goats.
Matchka! The most animated cat I’ve ever come across. Her parents were elated to show me all her tricks and she had lots of them. Her personality was so hilarious with just a hint of diva.
Ajax, oh my! What a handsome fella. Ajax was another dog waiting at the Fremont County Humane Society to be adopted. He had been there for waayyy too long and was feeling much better being with his foster dad. He was adopted in the town I live in shortly after this and I still get to visit him once in a while.
Bubbles & Pebbles
For my 100 days of animals project, I requested not only animals I hadn’t worked with often, but ones with great character and personality and if they look a bit crazy, that helps too!
Introducing Bubbles, the biggest chicken I’ve met with the fluffiest feet and Pebbles who looks like she’s wearing a derby hat!
The Stratton Pugs
Puck, Winston and Bailey have stolen my heart and become great friends. I get why people become obsessed with pugs now!
Sammy’s session was to celebrate her being in remission from cancer…again. She has such a sweetness and bold personality, she has a piece of my heart always.
Kit-Kat & Layla
Kit-Kat has been a bud for years, it was fun to photograph her and her sister on the grounds of CSU. What an amazing backdrop for such a cute couple of pals!
Pigg is very well known at the dog park, not by the other dogs, but by all their owners. He slowly makes his way around rubbing up on each person to get some pets. He is such a joy!