Yesterday I announced the very exciting news- April 2013 marks the grand opening of my new Los Angeles dog photography studio. Having a second dog photography studio in Los Angeles will allow my team and I to spread out a bit, and welcome the Southern California dog and art community into our work. Our new studio is in the heart of the Los Angeles "Artist's District," which makes us feel right at home. With it's gritty, industrial feel, yet vast creative and entrepreneurial network, it feels just like San Francisco's "Dogpatch" neighborhood- where my SF studio is. The Los Angeles studio is flooded with beautiful natural light, an open feel, and wonderful area for private client meetings and presentations on the big projector.
My San Francisco studio is still going strong, of course. I will continue to remain dedicated to my San Francisco dog photography clients and community, and will be splitting my time between San Francisco and Los Angeles equally. The San Francisco dog community has supported and inspired me for so many years, and I will always be honored to have a studio in San Francisco.
It's going to be a very busy year, but I couldn't be happier. Getting to do what I love in two incredibly ecclectic and creative cities is a dream come true.
You can learn more about my Los Angeles fine art dog photography studio HERE.
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And here are a few favorite Hollywood (ahem.... celebrity) photos of my time in LA over the past few years. I sure do meet some famous people:
That's me and 'Pam' from "True Blood." I had never even seen the show before. She was such a fan of my work, and a real pleasure to hang with.
I hardly even watcth TV, so I never know who's who. Getting out in LA and meeting celebrities is a lot of fun, but getting them to open up about why they love their dogs and share stories with me is the real fun. Looking forward to doing it a lot more in the new LA dog photography studio!