[nggallery id=72] Kirkland photographer, Cathy Handfelt, has just released "100 Hounds of Kirkland," a coffee table book filled with photos of some of Kirkland's favorite residents: local canines. The 128-page book contains photographs of more than 158 Kirkland dogs. Last fall, Handfelt created much excitement among dog lovers in town with her 2010 "hounds" calendar. This year, she and her Little Monarch Studios have produced a book to benefit the Seattle Humane Society.
100 Hounds of Kirkland is available for both online and at these fine stores:
100 Hounds of Kirkland is a 128-page book which costs $30. Net proceeds will support the Seattle Humane Society.
Catharine Gately Handfelt, creator, writer, and photographer of the successful "100 Hounds of Kirkland" project, studied literature and art history at Yale University and earned her Master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Catharine enjoys storytelling that touches the heart and, as a devoted dog rescuer, is especially inspired when capturing the essence of human-canine relationships through her lens. She is the owner of Little Monarch Studios, specializing in on-location, natural-light photography of children, families, and, of course, dogs. In her free time, Catharine loves to hit the road with her family and her camera for a great adventure, especially when her dogs are along for the ride. She lives in Kirkland, Washington, with her husband, their two children, their two Wheaten Terriers, Barkley and Roxy, and a new, not-so-little German Shepherd puppy named Oskar.