Puppies Behind Bars: Training Puppies to Change Lives
By: Paul Solberg (author)Hardback
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Puppies Behind Bars is a unique look at the dogs, trainers, and dog recipients whose lives have been changed by this amazing program where 8 week old puppies are companioned with prison inmates and trained there by them for 18 months, until they are released as service or aid dogs for individuals and governments. This book includes 150 original and compelling photographs by renowned photographers Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg and an introduction and narrative by Gloria Gilbert Stoga, the organisation's creator. With moving images, this book serves as a testament to the many lives that have been positively affected by Puppies Behind Bars
Christopher Makos is a world-renowned photographer known for his work in portraiture, whose work has been exhibited at galleries and museums worldwide, appeared in 15-authored books, and in magazines internationally. Just some of his previous books include 'Exhibitionism', a collaboration on studies of the male nude with Calvin Klein, 'Equipose', unique portraiture of horses (Glitterati 2005) and the soon-to-be-released 'Warhol In Context', which visually chronicles his unique access to this major artist during the 70s, 80s, and 90s (powerHouse, 2007). Paul Solberg previously worked in the world of finance and in the advertising department of Jaguar America. He is also an independent filmmaker, who worked with Stephen Kinsella on the American indie classic, 'Double Parked' (2002). He has also published Bloom (A(c) Glitterati 2005). He lives in New York City.
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