Having a comfortable life in the middle of nowhere I make my living playing with fire and the pictures there of. It’s not always a fun job but I get to see and do things that most people don’t and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. And every once in a while I get to step back and take a snap shot of my world to show to you. Some of it beautiful and some of it tragic, I hope you can find something that will speak to you as much as it all does to me.
I try to keep the descriptions on this sight short and to the point but many of my pictures do carry a longer story with them. I try to link to each story in the pictures but for an overlook of all of then you can head over to my gallery at FireDog Prints
All the art here in my on-line shop is available under the same understanding as all the art I personally sell. Half of all proceeds from sales (limited prints or not) will be donated to the firefighters foundation or MDA. This includes online and offline sales combined. I do this because while my photography may immortalize a moment not all of us are always so lucky. In an effort to help the families of the fallen, half of the proceeds from my gallery are donated to the firefighter foundation or MDA. If the buyer wishes they can request which of those two foundations get the donation. If you would like to donate directly, the foundations can be found at the following sights:
Or on the rare chance you want to donate to me or have me donate to a specific organization on your behalf you can do that here FireDog Prints donations As for my other art, I try to keep it coming but I’m rather strapped for time so my traditional works are sadly few and far between.