Is your dog an energetic goofball that can’t contain his excitement or keep still for a second?

Watch the video below to see behind the scenes of an actual dog photography session.
You’ll be able to see for yourself whether your dog ‘needs to sit still’ for the entire session.

Hint: the answer is no 😉

YOUR DOG DOESN’T HAVE TO BEHAVE PERFECTLY FOR THEIR SESSION!
I specialise in working with dogs just like yours

Dogs are living, breathing beings and as such, a lot of the time they don’t exactly do what you want them to do, when you want them to do it.

And that’s ok.

Each pet comes with their own unique personality and way of doing things.

That’s why my dog sessions are designed around working within your pets comfort level and pace.

ENERGETIC BALL OF ENERGY

Does your dog do zoomies galore and and have an immediate need for you to ‘throw that ball’ as soon as you step outside?

Great – after introductions and some play time so that they know I’m awesome with the ball too, we’ll start our session with some action shots.

We’ll use that energy to our advantage and work with him to get the best images for you.

And then progress into their portraits and candid photos with both of you.

A BIT SHY AND SEDATE

A little camera shy? Not quite sure of new people at first?

That’s ok. In this instance we’ll begin the session with me just getting to know your dog and helping them relax.

There may be some treats involved in getting them used to the camera or just some extra attention lavished on them.

I’ll work with your dog to see what works best for them.

BOOKING

You can use the contact form or email me at [email protected] and ask me any questions you have.

Once you’re ready to book, I’ll email you a link to your Booking Portal. This is a convenient online form where you can choose your session date & time, sign the contract and pay the fee all from the comfort of your home.

YOUR SESSION

Your session runs for 1-2 hours at your dogs pace. We’ll start out slowly with me getting to know your dogs and letting them get warmed up to me and my camera.

We’ll then let the session unfold. They’ll be a mixture of posed portraits, candid moments and action shots.

You don’t need to worry about anything, I’ll direct you if I need something specific otherwise it’s about having fun with your dog!

AFTER YOUR SESSION

I’m usually eager to see those beautiful snoots and scrumptious faces again so I’ll go through your images and pick the best of the best (cause no one wants to see your pet in those awkward/disturbing poses they sometimes do), and have them ready for you to view in a beautiful online gallery within 2 weeks.

You can then pick your favourites for purchase – See below for more details on pricing.

SESSION PRICING

Your session is $200 for 1-2 hours with up to 4 subjects* (that includes both humans and pets), which is due at the time of booking to secure your spot.

*Additional subjects $25 each

PACKAGES

There are four (4) Digital Packages from which to choose from. However, there’s no need to make a decision upfront. You can choose which package you would like to purchase once you’ve seen your photos in your online gallery.

All Digital Package orders can be done online with credit card or bank transfer.

You can also save up to 30% off your package (depending on the package you choose) if your purchase in the first 48 hours of your gallery going live.

To see the full pricing including the Digital Packages click the button below.

CATS HAVE TWO SPEEDS: SLEEPING AND WARP DRIVE.

They’ve been known to tackle toys and bring them to justice with their feet of fury. They love to pounce on any movement from string toys to laser beams. And boxes… well… as the saying goes – ‘if I fits, I sits’ – need I say more?

My cat sessions are designed around your cat, their personality and their comfort levels.

FRIENDLY AND OUTGOING

Is your cat happy walking up to anyone to demand pats? Do they let you and any visitors know that it’s their job to simply keep them happy with pats and playtime?

Great! Since your cat knows he’s king of the castle, we’ll follow his lead and start capturing him in all his glory.

Whether that’s playing with toys, loving up on his humans or simply lording over his domain. We’ll go at his pace and capture it all.

SHY AND TIMID

Is your cat more likely to hide under the couch when they hear a loud noise? Or skitter away when they encounter a new person?

That’s fine. We’ll start the session slowly with toys, to entice them into playing and to give your cat a chance to get to know me, before bringing out the camera.

The number of recognised cat, horse and dog breeds seems to be forever expanding.  The list below represents many of the popular varieties of each animal and will be added to as time allows.  In some instances further breed information and images are provided that characterise each breed.

Dog Breeds

Affenpinscher

Afghan Hound

Airedale Terrier

Akita

Alaskan Malamute

Basset Hound

Beagle

Bearded Collie

Bedlington Terrier

Belgian Sheepdog

Bernese Mountain Dog

Bichon Frise

Bloodhound

Border Collie

Border Terrier

Borzoi

Boxer

Briard

Bulldog

Bullmastiff

Bull Terrier

Cairn Terrier

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Chihuahua

Chinese Crested

Chinese Shar-Pei

Chow Chow

Clumber Spaniel

Collie

Coton De Tulear

Curly Coated Retriever

Dachshund

Dalmation

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

Doberman

Dogue De Bordeaux

English Cocker Spaniel

English Foxhound

English Setter

English Springer Spaniel

Flat Coated Retriever

French Bulldog

German Shepherd Dog

German Shorthaired Pointer

German Wirehaired Pointer

Giant Schnauzer

Glen of Imaal Terrier

Golden Doodle

Golden Retriever

Gordon Setter

Great Dane

Great Pyrenees

Greyhound

Harrier

Hovawart

Irish Setter

Irish Terrier

Irish Water Spaniel

Irish Wolfhound

Italian Greyhound

Jack Russel Terrier

Keeshond

Kerry Blue Terrier

Komondor

Labradoodle

Labrador Retriever

Lakeland Terrier

Lhasa Apso

Maltese

Manchester Terrier

Mastiff

Miniature Bull Terrier

Miniature Poodle

Miniature Schnauzer

Newfoundland

Norfolk Terrier

Norwich Terrier

Old English Sheepdog

Otterhound

Papillon

Parson Russell Terrier

Pekingese

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen

Pointer

Pomeranian

Portuguese Water Dog

Pug

Puli

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Rottweiler

Saint Bernard

Saluki

Samoyed

Scottish Terrier

Sealyham Terrier

Shetland Sheepdog

Shih Tzu

Siberian Husky

Skye Terrier

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

Spinone Italiano

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Standard Poodle

Standard Schnauzer

Sussex Spaniel

Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Spaniel

Tibetan Terrier

Toy Manchester Terrier

Toy Poodle

Vizsla

Weimaraner

Welsh Springer Spaniel

West Highland White Terrier

Whippet

Wire Fox Terrier

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

Yorkshire Terrier