Well, hello good friends! It has been a while. I’ve kept the Facebook page updating in the meantime, but this past fall and winter was a bit of a rest before the jump back into the busy-ness for Cold Nose Photo!
See, what happened was a dog client asked me to photograph an event, and then a friend asked me to photograph a wedding….. and well, WOW. Who knew that this would turn in to over 20 weddings a year (almost all for dog lovers, thank you very much :-)). Since I was also working a full-time corporate job last year, it became pretty impossible to keep up with everything. But it’s a new year, a new spring, and finally a year 100% devoted to photography!
I will start to catch you up on the private dog sessions I’ve been doing as well, but I figured what better way than to start with current adoptable dogs from the Animal Rescue League of Boston‘s Cape Cod branch! This is Jack!
I’m helping the Animal Rescue League to host its second-annual Paws for Celebration event, coming up this May 6th at Nauset Regional Middle School in Orleans! We had over 1500 attendees and their dogs last year, and the activities, raffle prizes and humungous goody bags are sooooooo seriously amazing. I’d love it if you could donate or join our Cold Nose Photo team virtually, but even better if you can join our team as a walker and come enjoy a beautiful Sunday at the event!
Cold Nose Photo itself has donated a free photo session to anyone who raises over $1,500 AND four Red Sox tickets to be raffled off. Our presenting sponsor is Nauset Pet Services, and other great friends who are involved include The Cape Cod Dog, Agway of Cape Cod, Eventful Connections, Brewster Bookstore, Polka Dog Bakery, Natura Pet, Merrick Pet Foods, Cape Cod Underdogs, the Animal Hospital of Orleans, Nauset Disposal, Howl-A-Day Inn and the Cape Animal Referral & Emergency (CARE) Center.
There’s still time to join if you’re a local business owner with a big heart for animals! (you can use the “contact” tab and reach right back to me)
And this is Abigail – WHAT a sweetheart with all her paws and kisses…
Both Jack and Abigail are available for adoption now, so stop by the Brewster shelter for a visit. Otherwise, maybe they’ll find you at the Paws for Celebration event!