Category Archives: pets

my new blog!

In celebration of my move to Seattle, I’ve launched a brand new website & blog!   On the new blog, I will be writing about adventures in parenting, exploring seattle, photography tips &  featuring photos of my cute clients. If you’ve been receiving Casey V Photography blog posts via email, you’ll need to update your subscription […]

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happy birthday, colby jack!

St Patty’s is my favorite holiday. Last year I shared some of my favorite memories of celebrating St Patty’s Day, but one of my favorites was the day Colby Jack was born. We were the very first people on the breeder’s waiting list and when Colby Jack was the only puppy to pop out, we […]

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hope is one!

Another one of my ‘The First Year’ clients has turned one!  For this session, I went to Hope’s home- I hadn’t been doing many in-home sessions because of my studio space, but since the move have been doing more & more in-home sessions.  They’re even more fun than being in the studio, in my opinion. […]

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me on monday: colby’s birthday party!

Wow.  Look what I just found in my photo folder… Colby’s 3rd birthday party photos, already edited & prepped for my blog.  It seems like at some point over the last 3+ months, I got distracted and forgot to actually BLOG THEM!  [should I blame it on the move?  or the pregnancy?]  Either way, I […]

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ruby & tucker!

These guys are just too adorable for words.  I met Ruby & Tucker at the park last weekend for some photo fun and they were up for the challenge! Ruby is a 4 year old standard poodle, and even though she’s pretty small for her breed, her ‘little’ brother Tucker (a 5 year old Maltipoo) […]

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wally & maggie!

Remember my cutest dog contest from fall? Well, Wally was the big winner with over TWO HUNDRED votes! Unbelievable. I was finally able to meet Wally & his sister Maggie this weekend for their photo session. We’ve been so fortunate to have an early spring here in MN and I was so happy to see […]

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