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Holly Cook

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Tina Ryan of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation | Season 2 Episode 006 with Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography

Seattle Pet Collective Podcast

For today's episode (released on Veteran's Day 2020) Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography talks with Tina Ryan from Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation about their work in sponsoring a service dog for a veteran. Liberty is a very special dog who has been specially trained to support a veteran.  Liberty is also featured in Send Me; Working Dogs of the Pacific Northwest, a photography book created by Holly. You can learn more about Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation and the American Warrior Initiative via the links below.  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FairwayBothell   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tina_ryan_team_mortgage_loans  American Warrior Initiative: https://americanwarriorinitiative.com/

40mins

11 Nov 2020

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Interview with Holly Cook from Holly Cook Photography

PDX Pet Connection

On this episode, I will talk with Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography. She talks about how she got started in dog photography and what inspired her to create her first book, "Send Me". You can find more information about Holly, Holly Cook Photography, and her book projects on her website and by following her on Instagram and Facebook. I hope you enjoy this episode with your furry best friend. If you enjoyed this podcast and would like to become part of the PDX Pet Connection community, join our Facebook group and connect with other pet parents, businesses, services, and charities.

28mins

27 Oct 2020

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Community over Competition with Holly Cook and Marika Moffitt

Hair of the Dog Podcast

033 - Being a pet photographer can be a lonely business, working from home at something your friends and family might not understand. Creating connections with others in the industry offers both a source of inspiration, and a path to feeling less isolated.This week, I welcome Seattle pet photographers Holly Cook and returning guest Marika Moffitt, who've joined forces to prove that the benefits of community outweigh any thoughts of competition. Their shared passion for pets has led not only to collaborative projects, but also to a deep, fur-filled friendship. What To Listen For: Why the fear of "competition" learning your secrets is misguidedHow to approach connections from a place of abundanceWhat sort of work Marika and Holly are creating togetherThe responsibility experienced pet photographers have to the industry   What it means for your community at large when you come together Listen 'til the end for Marika's call to action, a hot tip on finding the dessert you didn't know you needed, and an exciting (if slightly premature!) announcement-slash-yet another great reason to join the Hair of the Dog Academy! Resources From This Episode: Dirtie Dog PhotographyDirtie Dog on FacebookMarika's InstagramHolly Cook PhotographyHolly Cook Photography on FacebookHolly's InstagramSeattle Dog Photography InstagramThe Limelight Pet ProjectSeattle Pet Collective podcastHair of the Dog Podcast - Episode 8 (The Magic of Collaboration)Hair of the Dog AcademyHair of the Dog Facebook groupJoin me for a live 3-day challenge to Unleash Your Style! Visit www.hairofthedogacademy.com/unleash

41mins

29 Sep 2020

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Donna Frindt of Project Canine | Season 2 Episode 003 with Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography

Seattle Pet Collective Podcast

In today's episode, Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography has a conversation with Donna Frindt of Project Canine! Project Canine provides therapy dog teams to local hospitals, schools, assisted living, senior citizen facilities and others.  They are also partnered with Seattle Library for a reading with kids program called Bow Wows and Books.   To learn more about Project Canine, please visit the following: www.projectcanine.org https://www.facebook.com/projectcanine https://www.instagram.com/projectcanine

36mins

26 Sep 2020

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DECIBELIO EP 27 - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 'Damn The Torpedoes', Beck 'Hyperspace', Holly Cook y Girl Ultra

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Decibilibers, el penúltimo del año, tenemos a uno de los favoritos de los gringos, Tom Petty con su disco 'Damn The Torpedoes' el cual marcó el sonido del rock en los siguientes años, en el disco del 2019, el ultimo que reseñaremos de este año, tenemos a Beck con su 'Hyperspace', opiniones encontradas pero si varios hits. En el acto nuevo tenemos a Hollie Cook con su Reggae que estará en el Festival Trópico y en la escena nacional tenemos a Girl Ultra, una chilanga que hace un R&B muy bueno. Y en el BH tenemos a uno de los hijos de Derbez que, como todos los que buscan 15 minutos de fama, se hizo reggaetonero, apesta por supuesto. Enjoy!

1hr

5 Dec 2019

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Episode 015 - Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography

Seattle Pet Collective Podcast

Today's episode is so great because I got to nerd out with another pet photographer, my friend, Holly Cook of Holly Cook Photography! In addition to learning about Holly's history in the animal world, she tells us about her adventure of traveling down to Los Angeles in July to participate in the Seen = Saved event that had hundreds of volunteers helping to photograph and adopt out all of the animals in the LA County shelters.  Holly shares her story of being there to photograph dogs, and what it was like to see so many people come together for an amazing cause. We also talk a lot about being pet photographers, and how photographing rescue animals can get emotional. Oh and get this, Holly wrote a book from her days as a pet sitter. Her book is called, "My End of the Leash: Compassion Fatigue From a Pet Sitter's Perspective," and you can buy it HERE! (she didn't want to promote it because she's super modest, but I believe someone out there might need to read it) Please visit Holly's website to learn more about the work she does, and how you can work with her: www.hollyccook.com Please go read this beautiful blog post she wrote about her dog, Hazel. And follow her on all the socials:  https://www.facebook.com/SeattleDogPhotographer/  https:://www.instagram.com/holly.cook.photography https://www.instagram.com/seattle.dog.photographer--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 38mins

14 Aug 2019

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Oh Behave - Episode 302 Professional Pet Sitter Holly Cook Shares Her Tale - and Advice - On Conquering Compassion Fatigue

Oh Behave - Harmony in the household with your pets - Recommended by Oprah - on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

There’s a hidden but growing health threat affecting pet sitters, veterinarians, dog walkers and others who care for pets - compassion fatigue. Holly Cook, who suffered from CF, is on a mission to help others who face trauma and grief every day. She shares her story and unleashes savvy advice from her new book, "My End of the Leash: Compassion Fatigue From a Pet Sitter’s Perspective" in this special episode of the Oh Behave Show. Questions or Comments? Send them to: arden@petliferadio.com. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Professional Pet Sitter Holly Cook Shares Her Tale - and Advice - On Conquering Compassion Fatigue on Pet Life Radio

38mins

27 Dec 2016