Developing A Personal Series To Help Change The Stigma On Bully Breeds

Emma, my lovable rescue Pitt mix, and I had to have our portaits taken for an upcoming magazine article on dog rescue, which will be coming out soon. I’m developing a personal photo series to hopefully help change the stigma on bully breeds and to promote dog rescue/adoption. Stay tuned for more information on this. I may be taking a photo of you in the near future.

Photos of us by my friend Bobby Bruderle. Probably the best portrait ever taken of me. Being a photographer myself, I feel incredibly awkward in front of the camera and Bobby did an amazing job. He’s a fantastic shooter and DP on a lot of my bigger video productions. Check out his great work! bobbybruderle.com

CLICK IMAGE SEE LARGER – You can see the tattoo of my Boxer, Winston, that passed away last year. He’s with me always to travel on more adventures

2 Responses to “Developing A Personal Series To Help Change The Stigma On Bully Breeds”

  1. emily abril says:

    Doug! I am a pet photographer in the DC area I would love to assist/help you on your photo series. Please let me know.

  2. I am also a photographer, but your passion to help the bully breed is what drew me into your blog. I live is southern Illinois and we have several areas nearby that put pit bulls to sleep if they are picked up. Bullies can be some of the most loyal and loving pets and it is a shame that they are viewed so negatively without cause.

    Andrea,
    Capturing Nostalgia

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