Sneakity peekity of the photobooth yesterday! Stay tuned for the whole album :D :D :D :D :D Read More
So many ADORBS pigaroos came to visit yesterday at Pig-a-Palooza (take two!) - MSPCA at Nevins Farm - and if I'm not mistaken, I think all the adoptable pigaroos found homes too!
ALSO! $800 was raised for the shelter. Which is amazing. <3
Introducing Alfred H. Piggyworth, the brother to Jack Pawkins and Nicholas Piggleby, an alum of MSPCA at Nevins Farm! Read More
Nutmeg, Sassafras, and Siggy Piggy are welcoming the coming spring! Read More
Spent the morning at the magical Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm in Lincoln, MA to celebrate Groundhogs! Miss G - the MA State Groundhog - promptly saw her shadow, predicting (a very accurate) 6 additional weeks of winter. Every child in the crowd breathed a collective "Oh Man!" because this is what you're supposed to do. Whether we are ready are not. We are well on our way to Spring which means more cabbages for little Miss G. Read More
Layla and Jolene came to visit from Ithaca and became freaking mermaids. I made the tail and the seashell headdress. Read More
Several months ago, after the summer shoot with Jack and Nicky, Rhonda, her friend Julia, and I got together for dinner at Yard House to gab about our animals. Julia runs special events for the MSPCA at Nevins Farm – which means she is an all around awesome human. Read More
This babe is 15 years old! I can't believe it. He's so unbelievably handsome, I can hardly stand it! Read More
Fuzzy's mom reached out to me a month or so ago about getting some photos done of her SWEET LITTLE FUZZ.
I had no idea that his name would fit him so absolutely perfectly, but just look at him!
Fuzzy is also a part of the Alice in Wonderland Guinea Pig calendar project. As you can see, he is the world's most adorable Jabberwock.
Jabberwocky wings crafted by Chimæric, everything else made by me! Read More
A few months ago, my little furry friend Pumpkin lost her love Poppy. This broke my heart because Poppy was one of the sweetest angels to have ever graced this planet. So Pumpkin's mom, Abbie, did what every sweet fur-mom would do.
She adopted some more friends for Pumpkin: Peanut and Petunia. Read More
In late summer of this year, I decided that the time had come to actually begin working on my guinea pig calendar project, and the theme was going to be Alice in Wonderland. Read More
I first met Wedgwood and Boadicea at the Spring Pignic a couple of years ago, and instantly fell in love with their furry noses. When I mentioned to their parent, Sally, that I would be interested in coming to photograph them in an adorable setting, she said oh yes and we set up a time. Read More
When I first met Valentina the pigaroo at the Boston Spring Pignic this past June, I was instantly drawn to her. When I found out that she had four pigaroo sisters, I insisted that all of them needed to come for a photo shoot.
And they DID! Read More
A few weeks ago I got a delightful Facebook message that read something along the lines of, "My girlfriend's birthday is next month and since our little darlings are getting on in age I figured the best present for her would be a lovely photo of our ratty rats. Any interest?"
Um, do you know me? Yes, absolutely yes. Never any question, yes. Read More
Yesterday I got the chance to photograph one of my favorite pigaroos in New England: Jack Pawkins. I met Jack last year for our Thankspigging photoshoot, and he was such a little babe. Read More
Sitting down to write this is undoubtedly one of the hardest things I've ever done. Something so small shouldn't have this much impact on your life right?
When Ginger came into my life, he changed everything. Read More
"If there ever comes a day when can't be together, keep me in your heart, I'll stay there forever." - A.A. Milne
The first time I saw her I knew she was special. Her spiky red and white and beige fur was sticking up in a thousand directions, and her sour expression made her look more porcupine than pig. They told me her name was Cinnamon though she was 6 months old (but weren't quite sure) and was the kind of pig who would never stop talking. Read More