A lot has been going on behind the scenes over here. I'm actually keeping some things on hold, not because there isn't a lot happening, but waiting on final work regarding some BIG stuff that has been developing. Should have some exciting announcements soon. As for my plans for this site, my goal is to turn it into a gallery site and news blog to tell the stories of inspirational rescued Pitbulls and other bully breeds with photos and videos. As you know, it'll take a little bit of time to design things, but I am happy where this is all going! Keep following, sharing your stories, and showing your support! Want to see my gallery of Pitbull portraits so far (many more to be added soon)? Just click here: http://www.sondersphotography.com/Photography-Portfolio/Not-A-Bully-Rescue-Dogs/1/
Rocket is not a bully.
Today I had a great group of rescue bully breed dogs in studio today to have their portraits taken for the Not A Bully campaign (studio space graciously donated by Charles Butler, who runs Union206 photography studio in Alexandria, VA, which is a great rental photo studio space I use often). I promise we will post photos when they are ready. Thanks to my volunteers that assisted and shot behind the scenes today: Fabiano Reani, Aj LaGrave, Emily Abril, Hannah Yoest. Also, special note to my volunteer graphic designer Maggie Cameron for logo design and text layout. Amazing job.
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You can read the original article on the Washingtonian Magazine website where this whole movement started. CLICK HERE to see it or just read below.
Inspired by Emma: Adopting a Pit Bull
After losing my purebred boxer, I knew I wanted to adopt a dog. I never planned to bring home a pit-bull mix that would turn me into an advocate for her breed.