TONIGHT!! Come along to the opening of CREATURE FEATURE on Tuesday 10th Sept at 6:30pm. An exhibition showcasing 20 of my favourite rescue works, at the Epson Print Gallery, Team Digital 268 Lord Street, East Perth. All prints will be signed and for sale as limited editions of ONE ONLY! Part proceeds to five animal charities - Dogs’ Refuge Home of WA, Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre , the Bali Animal Welfare Association, SAFE Perth – Saving Perth Animals from Euthanasia, Malubillai Wildlife Carers Network. Love to see you all there. Check out the event page to RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/603829599655107/
Max the rescue sugar glider – all grown up but still the cutest little guy. Ever curious, he launched onto my camera twice during his photo session. BLISS!
Photo taken with Tamron Australia 24-70mm f2.8 lens.
Meet 3 month old Furgus the brushtail possum – what a delightful bundle of cuteness he is! I believe Australia has the most adorable baby native animals and we need to nurture them by preserving their habitat. And on the nurturing baby animals theme, watch this space – we are heading interstate again soon to work with some more super cute creatures in a promotion for a special venture to help wildlife. These babies are so cute, we may have to issue our special dieing of cute (D.O.C.) warning!
Photo taken with Tamron Australia 24-70mm f2.8 lens
Some fab press for Cambodia WILD in the Hills Gazette. Don’t forget to check out the event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/130597320460627/ and to RSVP for the exhibition – by attending you can help Free the Bears Fund and Wildlife Alliance‘s Care For Rescued Wildlife program.
(Thanks Emilia, Marcus and Dixie)
Interviewed founder of Free the Bears Fund Mary Hutton on “The Couch” recently. What an amazing lady! Here’s the vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRM4Khfs6fk
Photographing Lucky the elephant on a jungle road at the Wildlife Alliance Sanctuary in Phnom Tamao, Cambodia. Only have one word – WOW!
This is Tommy, the latest in our poster series for the Dogs’ Refuge Home of WA. Yesterday he went to his forever home (Yay!!) but he’s had a tough life. He was found wandering the streets and his flea collar was so tight it had to be surgically removed. If you look closely you can see the stitches on his neck. We are so thrilled he will never have to know such trauma again, and wish him well in his new home. Adopt a rescue! ♥
Here are three of the pooch posters from our “New Home” project with the Dogs’ Refuge Home of WA. So far Georgie has been adopted, which is awesome news – now time for Snoopy and Rusty to find their places with forever families too.