About the Author

PEGGY MORSCH life photography
Blurbarian Since April 2010
Business Name PEGGY MORSCH life photography
Business Web Site http://www.peggymorsch.com
Location Milwaukee, WI
Business Phone Number 414-550-5340
About My Business PEGGY MORSCH life photography specializes in contemporary portraiture of families, dogs, high school seniors and children for clients who appreciate fine art photography and personalized service. Her clients appreciate how she can bring out the authentic emotions in her subjects and capture it all in beautiful light.

Her work includes helping dogs find permanent homes through photographic events that raise money and food for the organizations that rescue and care for homeless dogs.
Areas of Expertise Certified Professional Photographer (CPP)
Professional Portrait photography
Dog Photography
Nature Photography

Digital Photography Instructor
Professional Affiliations Professional Photographers of America
Wisconsin Professional Photographers Association
Southeastern Wisconsin Professional Photographers Association

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
Men and Their Dogs
Volume Two: Dogs and Their Women

One Woman, Many Journeys - personal nature photography from Alaska to the southern tip of Chile.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
My tag line is "live well, play hard and love often." It's a thread that runs through my life. I like to celebrate the lives of others through my photographic work and love to have fun doing it! I enjoy a great photo as much as a nice Malbec, some good, dark chocolate or a great hike with my dogs. As a Capricorn, I'm loyal, dedicated and an awful liar. As a creative, I have to "feed the baby" regularly and I see images everywhere, whether the camera's with me or not. Thanks for the gift!
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
When you start this book, I believe you'll devour it in one sitting. But don't! Read a few stories and then savor them. They'll make you cry and laugh out loud! You'll look down at your own dog while you read a story and think, "that's how I feel about you!" Then go forth and share it with all the other dog lovers you know because when you do, you'll be helping dog rescue organizations - big and small - fulfill their missions of finding permanent, loving homes for homeless dogs.