Tag : rescue

17 Aug 2016

Portrait series by dog photographer to benefit 501(c)3 rescue seeking corporate sponsors

As many of you know, we’ve been working on a new series called “Bullies of Baltimore” over at the Puptrait Studio, shooting rescued pitbulls alongside iconic Baltimore landmarks and sights. 100% of all profits from the series are set to benefit Bella’s Bully Buddies, a local 501(c)3 volunteer nonprofit rescue and foster program. “…help save the lives of hundreds of more innocent pups and give them a chance to find healthy and happy forever homes.” So, what’s new? We are […]

16 May 2016

Group Show Opening this Thursday in Hampden!

If anyone is looking for something to do this Thursday evening come on out to Blue Pit BBQ! Our studio is part of Art for BARCS. As you may have guessed from the name, proceeds will go to benefit BARCS our local rescue and center for animal control. At the show we will be unveiling new prints from our founder, J.B. Shepard’s recent trip to Valparaiso, Chile where he was working with strays. The opening is 8pm Thursday, May 19th. Cocktails and food […]

09 May 2016

the Puptrait Studio is Now Officially One of Bella’s Buddies

The Puptrait Studio a Baltimore, Maryland based dog portrait and commercial pet photography company is proud to announce a new partnership with Bella’s Bully Buddies, a 501(c) nonprofit dedicated to fostering and rehoming bully breed dogs in Maryland. The pet photography studio has been tasked with overhauling Bella’s asset catalog and to assist with the launch of a number of new photo based fundraising initiatives, some of which will be announced shortly. “When we first met with the folks over at Bella’s, we knew right away […]

20 Apr 2016

Dr. Chileamor or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Strays

Recently, I visited Chile. Not on assignment, but rather with my wife on vacation. I had not planned on working or really taking many photos beyond a few snapshots with our tour group. I didn’t even bring any serious gear or glass – not even a tripod. I was in full-on vacation mode. But it didn’t take long for me to realize that I was experiencing something important, something that would quickly change how I saw the rest of our […]