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Pocket Crops | March twenty fifteen

Pictures from the iPhone: bts of life ::03:: Carnage lounge Magic, best of both worlds and working hard at whatever it is he does all day. Nothing like seeing your work enormous and all around your client’s office. some framed art of our Heritage animals First day of spring. First day in Newport, CA we […]

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Pocket Crops | January twenty fifteen

Disposability comes to mind when I think of pictures taken with a phone.  I, like most just grab my phone snap away and then shove it back in my pocket.  That was the end of the line for the majority of those images until I began to integrate all those images into my lightroom catalogue. […]

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Heckscher Wild: Documenting non native species

Earlier this year the Stamford Nature Center, whom I had recently photographed their domestic farm animals for, asked if I would come by and photograph their non native, exotic animals.  The images were going to be a part of their new exhibit: Heckscher Wild.  The new exhibit will give visitor the ability to experience; geckos, snakes, […]

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The Monday Herd | Images I love

Time to get back on the ‘ol blogging horse. I am going to ease in with something simple, just an image I love.  For a million reasons, but most notably; the light, her expression, the relationship between her and the dog, a sense of ‘everything is ok’ when you look at this image.  More to […]

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CCSAR | CT Dog photographer

When we are able we love helping out local nonprofit groups.  CCSAR, Connecticut Canine Search and Rescue is one of these groups.  A few months back we were able to attend one of their Search and Rescue water exercises.  It’s amazing how driven and focused these dogs are and how much time and effort all […]

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Scott Marra - October 12, 2014 - 7:26 pm

Hey Ty!
Awesome photos. I have a rescue myself and just wanted to write a quick note that I appreciate your work. Thats all I got – just a simple thank you.

-Scott