Cary Huss is an amateur photographer who takes pictures like a professional. He has loved photography for nearly 60 years, and has always enjoyed photographing many subjects from still life to motor cross racing. For the past 6 years, he has concentrated mostly on animal photography. Although he likes working with all animal subjects, he especially enjoys shooting pictures of dogs. He has the unique ability of focusing on the eyes, and unveiling in every photo the heart and soul of the dog. He concentrates on photographing homeless animals in shelters and rescues, and volunteers his time at fundraising events to capture the spirit of the animals available for adoption.
He is the photographer for all of the covers for A Sheltered Life magazine, and many of the photos of featured animals are taken by him as well. He loves sharing his work to help others, and especially when his work helps the animals in need. He is a firm believer in adoption, and all of his animals are rescues.