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Soul Uce was created in honor of my PitBull Uce. What is Soul Uce you ask? From a young age I animals were my passion, it all started in July 2002, we found an emaciated Pitbull laying next to a trash can in Compton, California, so weak he could barely stand, the day changed my life forever.  I never knew the world of dog fighting existed, I learned Uce was a bait dog , and the scars on his head were a reminder of his previous life.  It took him years to trust us, and once that bond was made, he changed my life forever. He is the reason I am the animal advocate that I am today, and when he passed away on September 12th, 2016 at the age of 18, part of my soul went with him.  That is why Soul Uce was created.  I want part of him to live through every image I create in his honor, I want people to feel his spirit, and with their donation, continue helping animals, just like Uce to heal and find their way to their forever home.  His life will continue to have meaning.  From Uce’s heart and mine, we thank you for continuing to honor his legacy….


Session Fee $300.00

Includes 20 fully edited online images via gallery and downloadable.  Five of your favorite images professionally printed on a 5x7 metallic print.

50% of all session fees are donated to the SBC Animal Care Foundation.

Sessions included in Soul Uce are Family, Pets, and Embrace sessions that allow you to celebrate your pets life and have images that you can cherish forever.

By choosing Soul Uce Pet Photography your donation will be helping the homeless animals of Santa Barbara County shelters though the SBC Animal Care Foundation.  The Santa Barbara County Animal Care Foundation, Inc. was established in the Spring of 2002. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit 501 (c)3 organization. Funds that are donated to our foundation are not donations to the County. We are a separate Foundation that was established to make a difference in the lives of our County’s innocent homeless animals. We are striving to assist our County Shelters in working towards establishing a no-kill goal.