Following on from the success of 2016’s fundraiser project – Tails of Sydney, which has raised almost $10k for three Sydney dog rescue groups to date – I’m excited to be working on my next project, the #SquishyFaceCrew book! For the last 18 months I’ve been sticking my camera in the squishiest of faces and saying OH MY GOD quite a lot (how annoying, right?). The finished product – a beautiful, full colour, coffee table book – is now available to buy from my online store.
The #SquishyFaceCrew book project has been raising funds for two local charities – Mini’s Bulldog Rescue and Pug Patrol Rescue. They will each receive an equal share of the money raised by my donating:
- $50 for every dog photographed for the project
- 10% of the profits from product sales (wall art, print collections, albums, digital files, etc.)
Over $3500 and 50 books have already been donated.
You can see photos from completed #SquishyFaceCrew sessions on my blog here.
Brachycephalic Airway Obstruction Syndrome
This project in no way supports or endorses breeders that continue to produce puppies, to fulfil buyer demand, with no concern for their future health. As the popularity of these types of dogs grows the groups that rescue them need more support, which is why I’ve chosen brachy breeds for this book.