The small waiting room at Dawson Place looked like it had been picked up, shaken and all the contents spilled to one end. Squeezed in at the other end was a huge umbrella, lights, background stands,camera gear, 3 kids and 3 adults. We were all waiting for Harper.
Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center in Snohomish County, WA. is there to help kids that are victims of sexual or physical abuse. Harper, a trained service dog, helps kids deal with bad things. This not-for-profit Center wanted portraits of the their star advocate to populate the walls and halls.
Harper arrived groomed and ready for action which included classic poses, goofy headgear and snuggling with the kids...her specialty.
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