Louie’s Legacy 2018 Calendar Contest

Julie with Franklin Angus III

Want to be a part of our next calendar? Does your pup have what it takes to be a star? Enter our photo contest to be considered for a month in the Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue 2018 Calendar! Diversity is one of the most important, hotly discussed topics of the day. Louie’s Legacy hopes to bring attention to the beauty of diversity, both human and companion animal with our next calendar set in the iconic scenery of the New York City streets. International fashion, portrait and advertising photographer Candy Kennedy’s uniquely edgy yet soft touch offers an intimate window into the human and pet bond.

The finalist will be selected by three judges including actor/producer/philanthropist Theo Rossi and photographer Candy Kennedy.

Here’s how to get started:
Participants can choose to nominate their pet (to be paired with a human model), themselves (to be paired with an animal model) or their pet and themselves as a pair to be photographed together.
Just submit a photo and brief essay on why your pet or yourself should win! We want to hear your pet’s rescue story!
The winner of the contest will get to have a photo session with photographer Candy Kennedy which will be included in our forthcoming calendar!

Here’s what you need to know:
All pets submitted MUST be rescue pets. Pets must also be altered unless a veterinarian’s documentation of medical waiver is provided. There is a $25 submission fee for each pet entered or human entered, or $50 for each pet/human combo. All donations go to support the animals of Louie’s Legacy. The winner of the contest must be able to provide their own transportation to NYC for the photo session.

The deadline to enter is August 4, 2017!

Fill out the form below to enter!

About Candy Kennedy
Candy Kennedy is South African born photographer raised in a little town called Cape Town. She has lived in many cities before settling in New York. Candy started out shooting only fashion, and in the last 4 years has specialized in capturing candid moments between people. Her work includes shoots featuring kids & animals, which Candy finds extremely rewarding despite the inherent challenges. Her patient and down-to-earth approach helps her capture incredible moments. Candy is currently branching out to film directing and storytelling through motion.