The Labs & Co. for The Deeply Rooted and Wildly Free

The Labs & Co. for The Deeply Rooted and Wildly Free

Posted on Aug 14, 2023

Brands are meant to evolve and transform over time. We get older, times change, our values may change with them–or not at all–or sometimes, we may just need a different way to speak to our audience. Regardless, 13 years after we started our business, we have gone through 3 brand evolutions to reach the core […]

10 Tips for Working with a Graphic Artist

10 Tips for Working with a Graphic Artist

Posted on Nov 5, 2016

I had been wanting to write this for a while, stemming from frequently asked questions, to overheard conversations. I wanted to lift the veil of myth and stereotype and hopefully do some good and offer some helpful advice to both ends. If you are a small business owner, a growing start-up, an entrepreneur or someone […]

Themed Photoshoot : A Hundred Acre Wood Birthday (part 2)

Themed Photoshoot : A Hundred Acre Wood Birthday (part 2)

Posted on Feb 25, 2015

: from The Photo Lab : Have you ever looked at a photograph and wondered “How did they do that?” Sometimes, a photograph can be as simple as freezing a passing moment in time, and others, especially for conceptual photoshoots, there is a lot of planning, prepping, scouting, training and if applicable, post-production work that […]

A Fearful Dog’s Tips for July 4th

A Fearful Dog’s Tips for July 4th

Posted on Jul 3, 2013

from the Labs It’s that time of the year again… Having had a dreadful night last year with poor Willow (and Leeloo) terrified by the July 4th fireworks, we decided to grab the bull by the horns this year and we put together a little PSA from Willow’s perspective. Below I share some really helpful […]

Learning to Speak Dog Part 5: Communication and Training

Learning to Speak Dog Part 5: Communication and Training

Posted on Sep 18, 2012

from the Photo Lab with a special guest post by Nicole Begley Read others in this series: Introduction  |  Part 1  |  Part 2  |  Part 3  |  Part 4  |  Part 5 To Speak Dog, Listen for Dog Speak A dog communicates by using his body as well as his voice. Barks, growls, whines, and other such noises are an audible […]

Learning to Speak Dog Part 4: Reading a Dog’s Body

Learning to Speak Dog Part 4: Reading a Dog’s Body

Posted on Aug 29, 2012

from the Photo Lab Read others in this series: Introduction  |  Part 1  |  Part 2  |  Part 3  |  Part 4  |  Part 5 The topic of whether dogs have feelings has been a hot one for years. To some (like myself) it is a no-brainer, of course they do! There is a great selection of books and videos that explore […]

Learning to Speak Dog Part 3: Trust

Learning to Speak Dog Part 3: Trust

Posted on Jun 25, 2012

from the Photo Lab with a special guest post by Trish King Read others in this series: Introduction  |  Part 1  |  Part 2  |  Part 3  |  Part 4  |  Part 5 You need only attend one of Trish King’s seminars to realize your relationship with your dog will benefit from all she has to teach. That’s who Trish is to […]

Learning to “Speak Dog”: A Canine Behavior Series

Learning to “Speak Dog”: A Canine Behavior Series

Posted on May 17, 2012

from the Photo Lab Read others in this series: Introduction  |  Part 1  |  Part 2  |  Part 3  |  Part 4  |  Part 5 You love dogs. You probably grew up with them, or maybe you are now sharing a home with your first dog ever. Perhaps you work with dogs in some way, through dog walking, house sitting, volunteering at […]