Posted on December 7, 2019
I first photographed these two back in 2015, when Andrew rescued Yoli from a Brooklyn shelter. Now 4 years on she has grown into that strong Brooklyn lady name that Andrew gave her, so she would fit in both the Polish and Puerto Rican neighbourhoods they live between. She still has all her little quirks that makes her Yolanda, plus a few new ones. It was a pleasure to be able to capture them in their hood and favourite places to hang out.
Posted on November 12, 2019
What a privilege it was to teach this wonderful workshop in New York this fall. I have always taught my pet photography workshops in a studio. This time I wanted to do a workshop on location and use the grungy streets of Brooklyn and the beautiful Autumn leaves of Central park, as the backdrops. I created a posing guide for photographers to use as a reference, when posing pets and people together. As I love being able use the environment as inspiration and capture love and special bond animals have with their owners. By using fashion, architecture and the cities backgrounds, we can create special portraits to treasure forever. -Kristie ❤
Posted on March 27, 2019
Meet my Nephew “Nixon”! He is a massive sook and a bit of a goofball. He is a sweet, cuddly boy, who loves to sit on laps, all 70 pound of him. Nixy was hit by a car when he was 2 years old and broke both his front legs. After lots of $$$ and care, he made a full recovery and was left with just a few scares. He loves being on the water, either on my brothers boat or just running on the beach with dog friends. Nix is the happiest when all his family are around. ❤
Posted on September 23, 2018
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Posted on July 13, 2018
This little boy was found on a pet rescue website, he originally started life in Philadelphia, but was adopted by Stacy and Gerardo and came to live in Brooklyn. He spends his days going to dog parks and dog friendly bars, sharing his cuteness around town. The only time Odin stops smiling is when he sleeps. He is also a really fast learner, Odin learned to find a seat in within 2 hours of training. This is something they teach a 1 year old Guide Dog to do for a vision impaired person. He is about to make an other bg move with his humans and set up a new life in London, where I am sure he will continue to spread love and smiles around that city too.
Posted on January 4, 2018
Brothers Billy and Banjo live a charmed life, along with their 2 cat siblings, Freddie and Francesca. Banjo spends most of his day floating around the pool on his blow up raft, barking commands at anyone who will play with him. His favorite game might be fetch, but he also loves having the water gun fired at him, while in the pool. As well as being water obsessed, he loves entertaining, with circus tricks. He can stand on his hind legs, talk back and give high fives. Billy being the younger of the 2, relies on his cheeky, toothy, underbite grin to get what he wants. No one can resist those puppy dog eyes and anyone who meets him. falls in love instantly. Including me! ❤