I may be biased, but I think dogs age better than humans. I just love the way Faulkner, the German Shorthaired Pointer, white eyebrows frame his happy face perfectly. He spent some time in the studio with Nashville pet photographer, Mandy Whitley, and the photos are awesome!
From Mandy: “This is my fourth session with Amy and Faulkner, so this time we decided to try an indoor space to see if Faulkner like it better….and he sure did! I love the variety of backdrops we were able to use in his short mini-session time.
Faulkner got his name from Amy’s favorite author: William Faulkner. He loves tennis balls more than anything, playing with them all over the house, in the yard, and will even sleep with them nearby.
Faulkner is a rescue from Southeast German Shorthair Pointer (SEGSP) Rescue. Amy met his foster parents in Montgomery in April of 2012 to pick him up, and although they live in Mobile, they’ve kept in touch ever since.
Amy says her favorite thing about him is his zest for life: ‘It’s infectious! The way his face lights up when he sees a ball would make anyone smile.’ She loves how sweet, yet regal he can be — when he lies in her lap she just melts! Although the breed has a lot of energy, Amy’s totally okay with that because so does she!” Follow Mandy Whitley Photography on Instagram.
About Mandy Whitley Photography: Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Mandy specializes in portraits for pets and their people.