Seven by Five Profile

February 14, 2011

Was super humbled when the UK-based Seven by Five photography magazine asked to profile me as part of their on-going photographer showcase series. Was really unsure as to what I should focus on — technical camera work; my creative process; the conceptual flow of a shoot.  Finally, I realized I should focus on the thing … Continue reading

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Dogs in Cars

January 20, 2011

A UK-based artist, Martin Usborne, just closed his show MUTE: The Silence of Dog’s in Cars at London’s theprintspace. The photos have this particularly unique aesthetic that makes for extremely memorable images, but they also – and this is perhaps the most difficult thing to achieve – connect with the viewer on an incredibly deep, … Continue reading

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Dog Learns Over 1000 Words

January 17, 2011

Came across a really interesting article in my Twitter feed published by the NY Times. It talks about this border-collie, Chaser, who had learned the names of over a thousand different objects.  John (Chaser’s owner) would spend four to five hours a day training Chaser, going through memorization drills, much like how we would learn … Continue reading

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No One Sees You Like Your Dog

January 15, 2011

Such a super cool ad for adopting a dog.  Super cool. Watch this video on YouTube Embedded with WP YouTube Lyte. I know most of you guys that read this blog are already dog owners, but it’s nice to be reminded of the absolutely unconditional love and admiration these creatures have for their owners. Oh, … Continue reading

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Dogs at the Doctor’s Office

January 11, 2011

A really interesting look at the use of therapy dogs in the medical workplace. It’s camouflaged a bit but don’t miss the videos disguised as photos — they really make the article come to life. Article at the Wall Street Journal

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