Photographer Beth Andrews has a studio in Norton Commons, Kentucky and has been a professional photographer for more a decade.

Beth is best known for her pet photography, which focuses on bringing out the true essence of the animal through her lens.   She uses her photography to help rescue organizations showcase their adoptable animals and also raise money for their causes.   Her work has been featured for the past eight years on the calendar covers for the Kentucky Humane Society and the GRRAND Golden Retriever Rescue; and on billboards and buses for the “Pit Bull Dogs are Family” Campaign.   She also donated equipment and trained photographers at the Kentucky Humane Society to create quality pictures of adoptable dogs and cats to use online to increase their chance of adoption.

Beth’s photography has been featured on the national cover of TAILS magazine and in campaign ads for Dog is Good and the MAVE hotel in New York.   Her wildlife photography won Honorable Mention in the prestigious One Eyeland Awards, and she won a trip to Botswana through a contest judged by National Geographic Africa.

Before her photography career, Beth worked as a television meteorologist and journalist, and has held Director positions at both Churchill Downs Racetrack and Baptist Hospital

Bourbon Tails: The Dogs of Bourbon Country is Beth’s first book.  A significant portion of the proceeds will benefit the Kentucky Humane Society.