The Adventures of Bro & Tracy
The Adventures of Bro and Tracy, the story of author and photographer Joyce Fay’s travels through the Southwest with her two dogs, has been republished and is available now. Originally published by Harper Collins in 1993, it features photographs of quintessential New Mexico dogs Bro and Tracy as eager subjects in places of great beauty, playing, posing, having fun. The text contains tips for photographing, traveling with, and generally enjoying your dogs.
Part of the proceeds from the book and prints go to Bro and Tracy Animal Welfare, Inc., the nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation Fay established in their memory to help other animals have the chance to love and be loved.
About Joyce Fay (Corrales, New Mexico Author)
Joyce Fay has been a professional photographer since 1970. She freelanced in New York City until her love of horses brought her west in 1982. She met her husband Eric Camron on the Navajo reservation in Arizona and they came to Corrales where they created a life together with horses and the 2 puppies he adopted and named Bro and Tracy. Since Eric’s passing a few years ago Fay continues to live in Corrales with 5 dogs of her own plus frequent fosters.
In 2000 Fay founded Bro & Tracy Animal Welfare, Inc, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, to help animals, especially Bro and Tracy type dogs. A portion of book sales goes to this endeavor.
She continues to photograph animals, those in need of loving homes and those who are already loved. She is available for speaking and interviews on how to photograph and train dogs, as well as travel, play, and generally have fun with them.