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004 Masthead 006 Contributors 008 Forward 010 Homeless 012 Zoo Portraits 014 Fish 016 Mike And Oliver 018 Juveniles 020 Horse and Rihno 022 Bark Meow 024 Rover ~ Andrew Grant 028 Chicks ~ Peter Lippmann 034 Alister ~ Michael Oliveri 038 Service ~ Jean Francois De Witte 042 Sasha And Danger ~ Benjo Arwas 052 Equestrian ~ Sal Owen 064 Daemon ~ Croisier & Urbain 072 Eric ~ Frank Louis 080 Princess Pia Mia ~ Sal Owen 092 Wild Swans ~ Davide Ambroggio 104 Lindsay ~ Rose Cefalu 112 Unleashed ~ Joyce O’Neal

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BENJO ARWAS

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Benjo Arwas was born in Tel Aviv, Israel. After spending 5 years in the army he grew a deep appreciation for life. Thirsty to experience the world, he began traveling. It was during these explorations that Benjo first picked up a camera and struck by its power; he bought it and began documenting his travels. Years later, his deep sense of awe and respect for a photograph’s power has not diminished but continues to motivate his creations. Colors, textures, culture, and traditions guide his eye to capture Inspired by light, fashion, and the beauty of human beings, Benjo intends to make the fantasies playing in his imagination real through his lens. European influence, good music, nature, and hours of surfing resonate in his images creating emotion, motion, and personality. For Benjo, it always circles back to the human being, the personalities and the community. His shoots involve a variety of people, all with different opinions and different values. It is through this melting pot of individuals that the world is what it is, and by embracing our differences we embrace the beauty of the world. Before each shoot Benjo speaks with his models saying “just be yourself, everybody else is already taken,” a reminder that is their personality and their soul that is what he hopes to capture, so that for a moment in time the person is truly on the lens of his camera. “It’s not hard work when you love what you do.” Currently living in Los Angeles, California, he continues learning about his art at Brooks Institute of Photography.

SAL OWEN

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Some of Sal Owen’s obsessions are movies, photography, polaroid, film, horses. and fashion. Sal’s muses are her children and models she has worked with for years, and finding new personalities to work with over time as well. She is on the board of Dr Doghouse Bully Crew Rescue (DDBCR.com), trains and finds forever homes for pit bull terriers and mixes. For the Princess Mia Pia story, “it was a delight to work with Princess Pia Mia, my friend and makeup artist Anthony Merante brought her to my attention, she was magical in front of the camera, not jaded by the process of Hollywood, amazing attitude and such a talent.” For the Equestrian story, “I called my friend Ray whose horse Q I am trying to kidnap, she will be mine, so gorgeous and sweet, Q was the star of the shoot, every one fell in love with her.” Sal Owen’s work has appeared in ‘New York Magazine’, ‘Dazed and Confused, ‘German GQ”, ‘Flaunt’, Vanity Fair and ID. she is currently working on a body of work for a fine art show, that she has been shooting for years of her children in fashion, also moving into short films, mixing stills, and polaroids for a final project. Sal works regularly on the East Coast but lives in Los Angeles.

FRANK LOUIS

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Photography makes me come alive; He’s inspired by music, fashion, film and the people in my life. Louis loves shooting both men and women which seems to confuse a lot of people. He will not be put in a box therefor his range is wide ope to his imagination. He alo teaches cycling and an avid yoga enthusiest. Louis has two amazing dogs. He was born and raised in NYC and proud to be 3rd generation Italian. La Vita E Bella!

R. E. FISHER

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Mr. Fisher was born and raised in Southern California and currently resides in the Los Angeles, Hollywood area as a freelance writer, editor and entertainment reviewer. His love of and knowedge of the film industry has made him the “go to” person for film noir. He has had an interesting and controversial career. With his writing and editing expertise Mr. Fisher has lent his considerable talents to Satellite magazine. OPPOSITE Shirt ARMANI EXCHANGE armaniexchange.com, Jeans Seven For All Mankind 7forallmankind.com


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“Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.” ― Groucho Marx “Dogs never bite me. Just humans.” ― Marilyn Monroe “Animals are my friends...and I don’t eat my friends.” ― George Bernard Shaw

ion’s tigers and bear... well are just a few of our fury and feathered friends we have features in our September – October Beautiful Creatures issue. In this special issue we have our usual fashion, culture and design feature, but with a focus on providing first class pet resources and articles of global interests. In this issue we have a touching story by renowned photographer Mike Ruiz, an artist Yago Partal featuring animals in human clothing(a sight to see), a round up of products for your dog and cat by our editor R.E. Fisher, Very unique home furnishings by some of today top designers and some very fancy chickens shot by Peter Lippmann. Just to name a few features. I hope you will be as wild about this issue as I am. Editor-In-Chief

“I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals.” ― Winston Churchill “You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.” ― Paul McCartney “Animals don’t hate, and we’re supposed to be better than them.” ― Elvis Presley “We all know interspecies romance is weird.” ― Tim Burton

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Twenty-one photographers have been commissioned to shoot homeless dogs and cats for

the Sydney Dogs & Cats Home in a photography exhibition style campaign that will run in outdoor sites across the city. The campaign was devised by M&C Saatchi, SD&CH’s agency for 10 years. Sixtythree one-off ‘limited edition’ prints will be displayed all around town in AdShel superlites. Signed and numbered by the photographer, the posters have been located in high traffic locations. Adshel is donating $225,000 worth of media to the campaign. The posters will direct passers-by to the SD&CH website where they can view the exhibition and either bid for a print – which is being handled by eBay – adopt the animal in it, or donate to the SD&CH. The campaign will roll out in three phases. After the launch on Monday, phased two, from June 6, will see ‘Sold’ and/or ‘Adopted’ stickers added to the posters as people adopt the animal or buy the artwork.

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The final phase, from July 4, will see a new series of prints rolled out showing a group of adopted animals with their new owners in their new homes. SD&CH CEO and Veterinarian Christine Cole said: “We can talk about facts and figures and tell stories but nothing is quite as compelling as putting a face, or in this case 63 faces, forward that beautifully depicts a real, living, breathing animal ready to become a loving member of a family.” The photographers are Juli Balla, Toby Burrows, Terence Chin, Michael Corridore, Tamara Dean, Toby Dixon, Marc Gafen, Florian Groehn, Amelia Hawkins, Gary Heery, Jeremy Hudson, Nic Ingram, Ingvar Kenne, Adrian Lander, Tom Luscombe, Jonathan May, Michael Miller, Ruth O’Leary, Andreas Smetana, Adam Taylor and Julian Wolkenstein. A truly remarkable project for some incredibal creaures. SydneyDogsAndCatsHome.org

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orn in 1982. After studying Fine Arts in Barcelona, Yago Partal started a creative studio project with Manel Soto and they spent six years together creating projects for companies like Filmax, Chesterfield International, Sitges Film Festival and Canal+. At the same time, he did some exhibitions of his own from his personal work. After this period, he decided to put the design and illustration aside to focus exclusively on photography and video. He then opened his own studio while continuing to work on his own series. Shortly after, he joined the company DDT SFX (Academy Award for Pan’s Labyrinth) as a conceptual designer doing work for films like Pedro Almodovar’s “The Skin I Live In” and J. A. Bayona’s “The Impossible”. Recently he has begun Antonio Gomez’s “Nieve”, a production company where he works as a photographer and filmmaker while continuing his personal work in photography. His latest project “Zoo Portraits,” is a unique project by the Spanish artist Yago Partal, who cleverly depicts animals in outfits their human counterparts

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Among the fashion-forward fauna: a carefree koala, wearing a delightfully tacky Hawaiian-style floral shirt; a sloth, apparently ready to go clubbing in a faded v-neck t-shirt and leather jacket; an ostrich, sporting a silk scarf, grey jacket and bowler hat. The animals weren’t actually outfitted in hip threads and forced to sit still for a portrait. Each of the pictures is a composite, reports the Daily Mail, blending a photo of the animal with a illustration of clothing. “This idea emerged as an ad campaign for an online photo gallery,” Partal explained in an email to The Huffington Post. “When I shot the first animals, the pictures got a good reaction, so I decided to continue the series until it became what it is today.” Partal added that he intends to keep adding animals to the gallery and high-resolution prints from the “Zoo Portraits” series can be ordered on the project’s website. YagoPartal.com ZooPortraits.com

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by Frank Gehry Curling and flexing in at t i t u d e s o f s i m u l a t e d m o t i o n

One of the most celebrated architects living today, Gehry’s career spans five decades and three continents. Known for his imaginative designs and creative use of materials, he has forever altered the urban landscape with spectacular buildings that are conceived as dynamic structures rather than static vessels.

Gehry has always experimented with sculpture and furniture in addition to his architectural pursuits, coaxing inventive forms out of unexpected materials, from the Easy Edges (1969–73) and Experimental Edges (1979–82)—chairs and tables carved from blocks of industrial corrugated cardboard—to the Knoll furniture series (1989–92), fashioned from bentwood. The Fish Lamps evolved from a 1983 commission by the Formica Corporation to create objects from the then-new plastic laminate ColorCore. After accidentally shattering a piece of it while working, he was inspired by the shards, which reminded him of fish scales. The first Fish Lamps, which were fabricated between 1984 and 1986, employed wire armatures molded into fish shapes, onto which shards of ColorCore are individually glued, creating clear p.

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allusions to the morphic attributes of real fish. The softly glowing Fish Lamps are full of whimsy. As individuals or groupings of two and three, some are fixed to poles or wall sconces, while others can be placed on any existing horizontal surface. Curling and flexing in attitudes of simulated motion, these artificial creatures emit a warm, incandescent light. This intimation of life, underscored by the almost organic textures of the nuanced surfaces, presents a spirited symbiosis of material, form, and function. The first Fish Lamps were shown in “Frank Gehry: Unique Lamps” in 1984 at the former Robertson Boulevard location of Gagosian Los Angeles. Frank Gehry was born in Toronto in 1929. He studied architecture at the University of Southern California and urban planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His drawings, models, designs, and sculpture have been exhibited in major museums throughout the world. FoGa.com

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MIKE and OLIVER O l i v e r s s t o r y s t a r t s o u t w i t h w h a t sh o u l d h a v e p r o b a b ly b e e n a v e r y t r a g i c e n d i n g

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ike Ruiz is a worldrenowned photographer, who also happens to be a TV personality, former model, actor, spokesperson, creative director and director. With his wide array of experiences and interests. Like everything he touches, Mike is a man who brings to life the fantastical, which in turn, is inspired by his brilliant optimism. His lens has done a lot of zooming in and out, while the world keeps a keen focus on his high-impact, surreal brand of celebrity and fashion photography. He has successfully branded himself across platforms, including print and video, which expands his appeal in the industry. Mike also cares about animals and puts his passion into action. Here is account of how he met up with an incredibal creature named Oliver. One day in early June, 2012, the person that I share a house with in Los Angeles informed me that he was fostering a pitbull. I didn’t think much about it. I arrived in LA for a shoot shortly there after and was greeted at the front door by the biggest, sweetest brown eyes I had ever seen. He sat at my feet and cocked his head as if to be p.

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sizing me up. The rest is a blur. Next thing I knew I was filling out adoption paper work. I didn’t think it possible to have such a profound connection with a creature that cannot speak. He is the love of our lives and melts the hearts of everyone who lays eyes on him. He has become the goodwill ambassador for pitbulls everywhere having co-chaired several fundraisers, appearing on news shows demonstrating animal safety, being photographed for fashion magazines, walking the runway for charity and having his own t-shirt. He is often recognized walking in NYC where people will call from across the street “OLIVER, WE LOVE YOU!” (true story). I shudder at the thought that he might have slipped through the cracks of ignorance before finding his way to us. Olivers story starts out with what should have probably been a very tragic ending. He was just one of many pitbulls on death row in a Los Angeles pound. LA has one of the highest kill rates at shelters. All across cities there are special people, they are called “rescuers”

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and they visit the pounds to see which dogs they have room to take on, the worst part of being a rescue is not being able to take them all, the BEST part is to have a Cinderella type ending like Oliver did! Oliver’s rescuer was at a pound to get another dog, and was pulled aside by a volunteer who begged them to please look at a special boy. Black pitbulls are the hardest to place, but once the rescue locked eyes with Oliver, that was it, they couldn’t leave him there. He was pulled and taken to a vet to be checked out and requests on Facebook and donations were raised to cover his medical costs and a friend of a friend saw all of this on Facebook and offered to foster him until a home could be found for him, Little did Oliver know, this foster was a very close friend of fashion and celebrity photographer Mike Ruiz. To to find a dog like Oliver or any other breed of dog, cat or bunny etc, please visit the LA Animal services web site. LAAnimalServices.com MikeRuiz.com no.

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refuses to sleep quietly by fear of never waking up. Juveniles in, we took fatal electro-pop in the first language option applied eighties needless to say that the degree is high hand wins with honors.

“Who wants to regain his youth, has only to resume his folly,” wrote Oscar Wilde in The Picture of Dorian Gray. Juveniles has lost neither the first nor the second never stopped. And if you still need to hear that boys will be boys, both French, they, certainly will not see the same thing in the eye: since their debut on the Parisian label Kitsuné pioneer until the arrival of their first album this year, JeanSylvain Le Gouic and Thibaut Doray have drawn their youth shield against boredom, and rollers choruses bulwark against attacks forced into adulthood, formidable, feared pass.

If looking towards Manchester Smiths and New Order, it is on French soil as though the duo launched its first live attacks. An explosive move to Rennes Transmusicales lights the fuse. The festival Inrockuptibles 2012, which devotes its one the same year, fanning the embers. Juveniles shows himself wild, a baffling efficiency, but both surrounded by English Hot Chip with whom they share a donation to shake hips and calves unabated. Because this is where the strength of the group: a mastery of live allowing them all extravagances, an unstoppable intensity and whole energy used to grip the public, never letting go until the leave haggard, brain fusion and exhausted legs. From fiery wisp, the duo then joined a pop blaze that has one thing in mind: to raise the fire cheeks of young people to the pure ideals and reckless insolence.

he French pop duo cultivates his idealism with a debut album produced by the master Yuksek, built to treat troubled souls and accompany sleepless nights.

We Are Young proclaimed casually on their first single released in 2011. The three words, like the name of the group, had nothing trivial: more than a simple formula that slap, the title stood out as a mantra, a declaration of war a brazen duo ready to take up arms to defend the last bastion of adolescence. But what unsheathe big guns and sharp knives when you have to act much more subtle and sharp argument? Utopian and carnal pop that eternal dream and plays endlessly with fire. The bubbling Rennes, HQ of the two boys, We Are Young crosses in France to cross borders to punctuate the sleepless nights a stateless youth who could not care less of the nationality principle and

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And who better than Yuksek two Britons could they get to support them in their business of conquering dancefloors and broken hearts? With his second album Living on the Edge of Time, the one we knew virtuoso relentless electro showed he also mastered the language of pop fingertips - a vein for the duo itself bilingual, that s is eager to spin the studio to record Reims part of his first album. “We had

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the opportunity to meet before Yuksek and the current is very well. I think we have a pretty similar temperament and it helped us a lot to spend those months locked together. We learned a lot with him, to do more with fewer elements, not to fall into the same in each piece, “says Jean-Sylvain whose voice dandy crooner knows how to be as elegant qu’éthérée throughout Juveniles. Do more without overdoing it: that’s what the duo managed to accomplish on this album where we find both the idealism of the early pop group, his penchant for eighties synths and beats that fatal would not deny their smart producer. More than a collection of bombs to blow pop clubs (Void) Juveniles meets especially twelve tracks all statements of a youth that can pass in a fraction of a second, the total bliss (We Are Young) to more deepest spleens (Washed Away). But rather than drowning in melancholy, the boys prefer tame by making dance (All I Ever Wanted) and counteract the sadness sensuality (Elisa Adriatic), which is the way all eccentricities as the very disco Fantasy. We see the shadow of Smiths hover over Weekend At Mine, on the Blood Orange Summer Night, and the Phoenix on the hymn Strangers proves that Juveniles may be born on the wrong side of the Channel, they do nevertheless remain a full member of a family of French pop musicians who speak fluently without the slightest accent. JuvenilesMusic.com

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THE HORSE LAMP Leave it to Moooi to do something so crazy and brilliant. It’s big, it’s black, it’s a horse and did I mention it’s a lamp. Yes. A horse lamp. We fell in love with it right away and had to convince ourselves that we didn’t absolutely need one. What you first have to know about this horse lamp is that it is life-size. At nearly 8 feet tall. But unlike an actual horse, the Moooi horse lamp comes with a lamp shade on its head. It was the best thing we’ve seen in a long time. However, the Moooi horse lamp does a variety of things that at first seem completely extraneous to its basic function. As a lamp, it is a very useful object. Everybody needs lamps. But as a piece of art, it’s cheeky, memorable, naughty, and totally unexpected. In the end, all this other stuff actually does serve a singular purpose: It makes you want it. And that’s just brilliant design. Moooi.com

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THE RIHNO CHAIR Because of ts superlative size and presence, The Rhino Chair by artist Maxino Riera is considered more like a throne than a regular chair. Like its predecessor, it contains an inner frame along its body to support its weight and reinforce its balance. There is not a better animal than the Rhino to reflect nature’s capacity and mightiness. From an early stage when this chair was just a mere idea, the artist was aware that the strongpoint of the piece was maintaining, as far as possible, its proportions. Considering that not many people have had the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of these animals standing in front of them, Máximo wants to bring them closer to us, the spectators, creating a virtual interaction. The Rhino chair is built on a superior scale to generate an authoritative force with respect to its surroundings, a quality present on the animal itself. The Rhino Chair is a truly breath-taking piece.

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Bowls Designed and made by furniture designer Luke Wong in Chicago, IL, this architecturally inspired doggy dining set is just what every modernist pup lover needs. The stainless steel bowls are elegantly suspended from a slender black powder coated steel structure, which provides a comfortable chomping height for your dog, saving his or her hips in the process. DocaPet.com Bed With a luxurious Hammock to call her own, she’ll be too busy catching the best Zzzs of her life to disturb yours. Designed with a solid bamboo frame and a silky, stain-resistant polyester ultrasuede cushion, its style seamlessly integrates into the room, so your pet’s five-star digs will be in the spotlight, not hidden away in a corner. PetLoungeStudios.com Toy This Squeeki Tiki Set is crafted for medium- and large-sized dogs. This island inspired set includes two Tikis shaped like stone Polynesian Gods and two Easter Island-shaped Moais. These soft durable toys are a squeaky beach getaway for your dog. This set is non-toxic, phthalate free and BPA free, so Fluffy can safely chew on a squeaky toy paradise. PetProjekt.com Grooming When your dog’s coat is not so shiny and lacks lister you need Puppytai’s Sit & Shine French Bergamot grooming tonic. Sit and Shine is a super moisturizing high-gloss formula that detangles and helps to achieve a silky, soft coat. The unique blensd of argan, avacado, jojoba and macadamia oils will surly have your dog stand out from the crowd. PuppyailProducts.com.com Leash Suitable for rambunctious Rovers of all sizes, the Walker leash was designed to make walking your dog a smoother experience. The polyurethane construction won’t stretch out, crack, or become brittle—and the lifetime warranty backs that up. It’s also super-flexible and designed to absorb and accommodate your dog’s movements with ease. This leash has benefits for both man and man’s best friend. JustDuckyProducts.com p.

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MEOW Perch Give your cat her very own lookout ledge with the modern Wave Perch. This highly functional platform mounts into the wall, creating a stylish and space-saving solution that provides pets with entertainment and exercise. It features a real wood veneer, an ebony finish, and a durable pad for cat comfort. UrbanPetHaus.com Bed A fashionable cave to hide out in. The raised platform caters to the cuties that want to be above it all, while the closed sides provide all the protection they need. Sitting in a durable steel frame, the pod is constructed from flexible molded foam with fabric laminated on both sides. The interior boasts Sherpa fleece and microfiber that’s reversible so it has an off-the-charts cuddle factor. This bed will be equally admired by the two-and four-legged! Hepper.com

Hangout This three-story rest and play haven combines an attractive contemporary design with superior functionality. It features natural banana leaf panelsthat are resistant to shredding and a comfy hammock and cozy bed for sleep and relaxation. And with hanging toy for her to play with, it’ll like her not-so-deserted tropical island. Hagen.com TOY Your cat needs to have some fun and boredom sucks. It’s time to rock your cat’s world with the Fling-ama-string. This motorized toy hangs on any standard doorknob and flings string like its life depends on it. Ready to entice even the laziest lugs, this goodie is like a motivational personal trainer. MoodyPet.com Bowl A master of fusing function and fun, designer Miriam Mirri created this pieces for Alessi that speaks to your two loves: great design and your kitty. This Miò Cat Bowl consists of a durable thermoplastic resin base, which houses a stainless steel bowl. Its lid is accented with a feline-shaped figurine, which easily covers and uncovers the food. Alessi.com no.

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A ndrew Grant, is known for his work in advertising, fashion,

magazine and portrait photography, is now being nationally recognized for his special photography of dogs as subjects. Andrew’s images have been featured in hundreds of advertisements, magazines, books and product packaging. Andrew attended the renowned Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. The Institute is regarded as one of the top three photography colleges in the world. Andrew’s philosophy is that “great shots rarely just happen and that skilled photographers don’t rely on luck to get the shot”. While Andrew continues his commercial photography, his attention now also includes capturing the beauty, grace and souls of all types of dogs—big, small, purebred and mixed, and most importantly, shelter rescues. His first book, Rover was featured on national television shows including The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Extra. Andrew began production of the second book, Rover Woof Edition when the first edition sold out in just a few months. Andrew raised over $300,000 for rescues while producing the Bow Wow Edition of Rover in 2012. Andrew will be producing a fourth and final edition of Rover in 2013.

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We asked Andrew to tell us more about Rover and his prosses. What made you decide to do the Rover project? In early 2009 I learned about the staggering number of cats and dogs that are euthanized each and every year. Adding to the crisis, the economy was a crashing and people were surrendering their healthy pets to shelters because they couldn’t afford them anymore. I’ve always loved animals, so I decided to try to help. Just two weeks later I began production of Rover with the hope that I’d be able to raise money for and bring awareness to pet rescues. I was very fortunate that Ellen DeGeneres featured the book on her show just nine months later. Her support gave the project a tremendous amount of momentum and this year we’ll raise over one million dollars for rescues throughout the country. What is Rover To The Rescue? Rover to the Rescue is tool that presents organizations with an extraordinary and unique way to raise money for pet rescues. We select about 20 lucky organizations around the country that are able to offer the Rover book opportunity to prospective donors to immortalize their dog while helping homeless pets. Rover to the Rescue’s mission is to educate the pubic that there are happy, healthy, loving pets living in rescues and to check your local facility first when looking to bring issue

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a dog or cat into your home. And the other objective of Rover to the Rescue is to educate the public about the importance of spay and neutering animals – otherwise, the overpopulation problem continues to grow. What’s your goal during each shoot? I try to capture the unique personality of each dog. The owner is in the studio with us and we all view the proofs together. I value their feedback when selecting the images that will be used in the book. Although many view any picture of a panting dog as a smiling dog, I look for expression in the dog’s eyes, forehead and ears Have you been charged or growled at? During the last four years I’ve photographed well over 500 dogs and I received my first growl while photographing a little 4 or 5 pound white dog appropriately named, “Tiger.” I was warned that he was a biter before the shoot, but after tossing him several treats, he simmered down. The owner later shared a story about Tiger’s criminal record. Apparently, he received a violation from a police department in Florida for excessive barking and charging after a contractor working at the home. Any great moments you’ll always remember? There are some very compelling no.

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rescue stories that stick with me. There are dogs in the book that were once used as bait or in fighting rings and have been completely rehabilitated. I think those are the stories inspire me to continue this project by showing that these dogs still love humans and are so forgiving even after the harm brought upon them by prior owners. Are certain breeds easier to photograph than others? Most of the time, we don’t know what the actual breed of the dog is because the majority of them are a mix of everything, but any dogs that are afraid of lighting can be a struggle because of the large flash of the catch light. Although 99% of dogs don’t seem to notice the flash firing, I’ve had four yellow labs who have bolted off the set after just one or two flashes. People must glamorize your job: you take photos of cute animals. What are some tricky parts that people wouldn’t expect? It’s a lot of fun meeting so many pet advocates across the country and photographing their dogs to help raise money for rescues. Traveling with, setting up and tearing down the extraordinary amount of studio equipment needed to photograph the dogs isn’t as much fun, but it’s all worth it. Where did you begin? I worked in real estate property management in my 20’s but followed my lifelong passion for photography by enrolling in Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara about 12 years ago. I’ve been working as a commercial, advertising, fashion and portrait photographer since 2005. Do you enjoy the business side of things? Not especially, but it’s a necessary evil of running any business. I definitely prefer focusing on the creative side of the business. What are a few things people don’t know about you? ……….. AndrewGrantPhoto.com RoverToTheRescue.com no.

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