If we are going to collaborate together the numbers have to add up for everyone. It’s all about value. I’m not a big volume business, I don’t deliver the same vision for every client.  I think photography is personal. It is all about the experience.

When you book with me it’s all about you. Well, about you and your furry friend.

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Gifting

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border collie
dogs and rainbow
dog and santas boots
dachshund on jetty
Ginger cat

faq

Frequently asked

Can I be in the pictures with my pet?

Absolutely! I encourage you to be in at least some of the pictures, but it is up to you. Children are also welcome if they are going to be included in the pictures, however I recommend bringing a partner of friend to spend time with your kids while we focus on your furbaby’s solo shots.

Can we do a concept shoot?

Now you’re talking my language. If you have a specific idea in mind, I’m love to hear about it.  If there are props or a set involved there may be some additional expenses we’ll need to discuss, but I love images that tell a story.

What should i wear?

As a general rule I recommend plain, solid colours.

My dog can’t be off lead – is that ok?

This is normally not a problem so let’s talk options. I often photograph dogs that are on lead for safety reasons.  A studio shoot is also an alternative.

how do I know if my cat will cooperate?

Let’s assume your cat is not going to cooperate.  That’s my starting point and that’s fine.  I regularly photograph cats that have just arrived at their foster carer’s house, and we’ve got some great cat portraits from those sessions. It’s a matter of taking our time.

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