Baby Roo

Just a quick note before we get to the good stuff – I’ll be out of the office until Monday April 13th. Thank you for your patience while I’m out – I’ll return emails and calls as soon as I’m back!

Now – brace yourself! Baby Roo is a crazy cute dachshund mix just adopted from the Atlanta Humane Society. Even though she’s only about eight weeks old, she’s already figured out the house training bit and how to play fetch. In the week she’s been home, they haven’t even heard her bark once. She does squeak excitedly when playing with her toys or her big sister Mia, who always seems to especially take to the smallest creature in her home at any given time.

I will not even attempt to describe how ridiculously adorable Baby Roo is. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves:

March 24, 2015 - 6:23 am

Lydia Katrin - Love seeing these! Can’t wait to see more!

Ling & Lily

It’s been awhile since I’ve able to post! For those in Atlanta, you know we just got through a loooooong spell of wacky weather…icy one day, briefly sunny and nearly hot the next, followed by days and days of rain. After wreaking havoc on my shooting schedule, the weather seems to have settled down (for now) so now it’s time to get caught up…

I last photographed Ling when she was eleven years old and her little sister Lily had just joined the family as a puppy…I can’t believe it’s been five years since that session, but Ling is now sixteen and Lily is five! And they now have a two-legged sister who’s younger than both of them but quickly outgrew them size-wise. :p

Ling is still a beautiful, regal girl – she spends her days as queen of the castle, lounging in her favorite sunny spots while Lily keeps watch at the windows to keep tabs on the comings and goings. These girls make quite the pair!


Even though Griff gets into his fair share of mischief, he makes up for that with his steadfast loyalty and charming good looks. He is a three-year-old catahoula mix adopted through the K9 Rescue League. He had a rough start living outdoors so he didn’t know anything about living with people, but his new family worked tirelessly to not only get him well, but also gave him the attention and training he needed. You would never know when meeting this calm, social, and sweetly playful boy that he had such beginnings.

And don’t even get me started on his markings! It’s just another one of the many reasons I love mixed breeds – so many unique combinations and looks. Isn’t he gorgeous?

January 21, 2015 - 10:45 pm

Sandra Dover Groh - what a beautiful dog!

January 21, 2015 - 9:42 pm

Beth Rook - Such great photos of Griff!