"I do studio photographs of dogs against an elegantly minimal backdrop, using my experience as a fashion and beauty photographer to exalt the beauty in each dog's expression, gaze and face. I shoot big and encourage my clients to think about hanging big prints as a riveting focal point, or using a pair of two different medium sized prints to create a dynamic counterpoint."
Sunday, October 17
Garry Gross 235 West 4th Street New York, New York 10014 212/807-7141 http://www.dogphotographyofnewyork.com/ There are many talented photographers in the world today, however, the interesting canine photography by Garry Gross caught my eye. His poignant work captures man's best friend in a unique way that I haven't seen before. Garry photographs by appointment in his New York City studio. Dog lovers who do not have thier own pet may purchase prints from his website. Garry is excited about a new project he is creating: a fifty image series of Senior Dogs. Once this is complete Garry would like to see his collection showcased in a gallery, with possibly a book created. He plans to donate the proceeds to help Senior Dog Rescues.
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I am a working NYC residential Interior Designer, author of Nest by Tamara blog, nestnestnest.blogspot.com. freelance writer for magazines and co-owner/designer of fabric and wallpaper company rootcellardesigns.com. I enjoy writing, interior decorating, cooking, gardening, reading, shopping for antiques.