That's what the Los Angeles Times calls our City of Angels and I couldn't agree more. My Dog Noir is one of the most unique things you can do with your pet. Los Angeles Magazine recognized it and wrote "'Dog Noir' Combines Moody Vintage Cinema and Extremely Cute Pets." That article led to the Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival asking me to display my Dog Noir portraits at the upcoming festival Oct. 23-27 on the mezzanine level at Regal Cinemas 14 lounge. Nice surprise! That's at L.A. Live, 1000 W. Olympic Blvd. And so starting Wednesday, that's where they'll be. Why not stop by, watch a movie or two, and check out Dog Noir? And, for a brief brag, Dog Noir is also winning awards. It started in April at the Animal Image Makers Photo Competition and continued on through the Professional Photographers of America's International Print Competition (I entered an album) and Rise International Photography Awards over the summer.Peerspace named me one of the Nine Best Pet Photographers in Los Angeles recently, and they in particular wrote about Dog Noir: "All of these shoots look like something out of a classic detective movie from the 1940s — or perhaps something out of a Raymond Chandler novel. We don’t know how this hasn’t gone viral already. We love it."Pet parents are always looking for something fun and different to do with their dogs and cats. I created Dog Noir to give you a chance to live in another world, another Los Angeles, just for a little while and to experience it with your pet.If you want it, just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you? Just hit that email button and go.