I’m a sucker for an underbite. So naturally I fell in love when I met Clutch, a sweet, scruffy little pup. Clutch’s human parents, Nicole and Andrew, didn’t sport an underbite, but were also quite sweet and fun. When they reached out to me for a portrait session I was ecstatic. They live at The Domain, a very cool retail and residential area in Austin, and chose to focus their session on their relationship and their puppy. I had a lot of fun during this session and this young couple and their energetic pup, Clutch were perfect subjects for one of my new Audio Portraits.
This Audio Portrait is a bit different than some of the others I have done for my Petributes package, which is designed specifically for elderly pets or those diagnosed with illnesses. Instead, this Audio Portrait focused on a young dog and his new and budding relationship with his human parents. It is very rewarding to honor the impact these pets have on our lives when things are going great and everyone is happy and healthy. While being able to bring artistry to end of life situations can have a tremendous impact, honoring the beginning stages can be just as meaningful for myself and my clients.
Clutch had a lot of energy but seemed to eat up the camera– really the only challenge we faced that day for the session!