In this episode we talk with Marika Moffitt about the Pivots and Shifts she has experienced in her pet photography business. Marika offers insights into ways you can pivot a photography business to recoup and grow a photography business during the pandemic, instead of closing the doors.
Adventure Awaits with Angela Schneider of Noses and Toes Pet Photography | Season 2 Episode 005 with Marika Moffitt of Dirtie Dog Photography
Seattle Pet Collective Podcast
Today's episode is a conversation with my friend, Angela Schneider of Noses & Toes Pet Photography. Angela is an incredibly talented photographer (and writer) based in Spokane, Washington. Her work is adventurous, emotional and awe-inspiring. If you've been thinking about getting out of the city for an adventure with your dogs, get in touch with Angela to plan an amazing session. "I focus on pets - mostly dogs - and their people. My goals with a session are twofold: one, to showcase your dog in the beautiful, incredible, amazing landscapes where we adventure and romp in Eastern Washington and North Idaho and, two, to find that sweet magical moment where there's just you, your dog and my camera. Nothing brings me to tears quicker than seeing that one image, that one frame that says 'I love you and you love me.'" - Angela You can learn more about Angela and her work here: https://nosesandtoes.com https://www.facebook.com/nosesandtoes https://www.instagram.com/nosesandtoesphoto
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 group
Episode 026 COVID-19 Intimate talks/ With special guest Marika Moffitt of Dirtie Dog Photography
Today on Photography Fireside I am thrilled to welcome back Marika Moffitt, owner of Dirtie Dog Photography, Founder of the Seattle Pet Collective podcast and Co-Founder of The Limelight Pet Project. This continues the ongoing series of COVID-19 intimate talks about life and business in the photography world today. Don't miss this inspiring episode with this very special woman. This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/photographyfireside/support
008 - The sense that "we're all in this together" is something that a lot of people are feeling right now, thanks to current global events. The vital role of community, cooperation and collaboration is on full display in the daily news reports, and possibly even in your own neighborhood.In that spirit, my guest this week is Marika Moffitt of Dirtie Dog Photography, who shares how forging relationships with other pet-lovers in her Seattle community led to a total transformation of her business. As Marika says, "We can be so focused on building ourselves...that we forget how much we'll actually get out of supporting somebody else."What To Listen For: How looking at your business with a beginner's mindset can pay dividendsThe realization that prompted a complete shift in her messaging How to build momentum for events and out-of-the-box ideasThe incredible power of tapping into the "child heart" If the idea of making your pet photography business bigger than yourself resonates with you, this is a can't-miss episode! Resources From This Episode: Dirtie Dog Photography: https://www.dirtiedogphotography.com Seattle Pet Collective podcast: https://www.seattlepetcollective.comThe Limelight Pet Project: https://www.thelimelightpetproject.com Hair of the Dog Academy: https://hairofthedogacademy.com Hair of the Dog Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hodcommunity/ Download a PDF transcript for this episode:
Telling Your Dog's Story with Marika Moffitt of Dirtie Dog Photography
Mindful Mutt Mama Podcast
On today’s episode of the Mindful Mutt Mama Podcast, I was joined by Marika Moffitt. She is the owner of Dirtie Dog Photography and the founder of the Seattle Pet Collective Podcast. Marika is a creative entrepreneur, an extremely talented pet photographer and a cherished gem in the Seattle pet community! She’s known by her peers and clients as a connector and a giver, always giving generously of her time and spirit and in her latest endeavor, she does just that. Marika recently launched the Seattle Pet Collective Podcast where she’s creating space for people in the pet community to share their stories and to connect.Mentioned in this episode: Nicole BegleyNeed some dog obsessed BFFs in your life? Join the Private Dog Obsessed BFF Facebook Community and come nerd out over dogs with us! If you see dog hair as canine confetti and your dog has its own Instagram account, we should probably be friends! If your insta feed could use more dogs in it, let's socialize! You can find me here on Instagram. Grab my free Dog Daycare Checklist here and be an advocate for your dog! Our dogs are family and it can be really hard having to leave them. You want the best for your dog and that's why I designed this checklist! It's a tool to help you make an informed decision when it comes time to select a dog daycare or boarding facility. If your dog already has a facility, you can use this as a tool to make sure your dog is getting the care it deserves!
Episode 003 MARIKA MOFFITT OF DIRTIE DOG PHOTOGRAPHY
Marika Moffitt a pet photographer, brings to us a story of getting in touch with her vision for non-profit work and tells us how she incorporates charities into her business plan. This episode is so special in regards to understanding how powerful shaping your business around your inner passions can be. Get ready to be wowed by this creative woman. You may have just seen Marika featured on Q13 for her work on her Camp project collaboration. She get's into that project here, the why and the how. She also discusses her choice product that really works with the body of work she provides for her clients.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/photographyfireside/support