I am very excited to let you know I am now donating my time & photography to the Arctic Breed Rescue. ABR is dedicated to the successful rescue, rehabilitation and forever rehoming of arctic breeds, and their crosses. Their base of operations is in Sydney, NSW however they do rehome to all states within Australia.
When ABR approached me, I was very happy to help out to with their photography needs, I am a strong believer a good photo can go a long way. Some rescues underestimate the importance of good photography, so I was very pleasantly surprised to see ABR’s great profiles and photos of their dogs.
Here are some photos from my first 2 shoots for ABR.
I am running limited amount of MINI SESSIONS during the month of May. If you have been thinking about booking a photo session for your beloved pooch with me a mini session is a great way to sample the experience and receive some beautiful photos of your dog!
Mini sessions are only available at my Sutherland location for 1 dog only.
I am only taking 2 bookings per week, so get in touch now with your requested date and contact details to reserve your spot!
Where are you located and where will my photo session take place?
I am a Sutherland Shire based on-location pet photographer. The photo session itself will take place at a park, beach, forest or urban area. If I am familiar with your area, I will recommend a location that will work well with your dog’s temperament as well as the style you are looking for. I can also come to you, if you have a special place you take your dog for a walk that is meaningful to you in some way.
Hi guys, meet Narla a 4 year old German Shepherd from Helensburgh. Narla is very loving, happy dog. She is full of energy and sense of adventure. She loves playing in the water, chasing her ball and playing with her toys. She even has a toy draw at home that she opens and picks a toy herself! 🙂
Hi everyone! Meet Noah a 2 year old German Shepherd, Rottweiler and Cattle Dog cross from Southern Sydney.
Noah has been adopted by his mum & best friend Vicki from a RSPCA shelter when he was just 4 months. He was found abandoned together with his other siblings.
Hi everyone, meet Pablo (french bulldog) and his best buddy Pedro (Chihuahua) from South-West Sydney. I got to meet these lovely boys at our recent photo-shoot in Kurnell together with their guardians Anna & Vi. Pablo won my competition on Facebook and we made these photos just 1 day before his birthday, he turned 2 years old:)
I had a few questions from clients wanting to know more about their viewing & ordering sessions and what happens after their pet photoshoot.
So I put the process into bullet points for easier reading and decided it would make a great topic for a blog post.
Your pet photoshoot really is just the beginning of the whole experience and process. Here’s what happens afterwards and how we arrive at delivering you the wall art and keepsakes that you’ll be proud to display for years to come:
Hi guys, since I had my dog Archer I got to know Angela quite well. We often see each other at our local park walking the dogs. As I got to know her I found that she helps rescue dogs who have been in pounds for a while or are due to be euthanised.
She was kind enough to let me do this interview and take a few photos of her with her 3 puppies so I could share it all with you.
Hi everyone, I just want to share with you a personal project I have done mainly to start up a new Instagram account for my pet photography.
I also had a hard time getting back into “work mode” and growing my business so this project was supposed to keep me on my toes after a long break in December.
Hi guys, this is Nala, a 1 year old Staffy cross who lives on the Illawarra Coast. Nala has been adopted by Ellie & Alex from an RSPCA shelter.
I met Nala and Ellie at Coledale beach about 1.5hour before sunset on a Monday evening, were we started our photoshoot and explored the area.
Nala is a very happy pup, full of energy and a sense of adventure. When I first met her I suspected this is going to be a high speed, high energy fun photoshoot. And it was all that. Nala was running up and down the beach and in and out of the sea, chasing her toy and getting down and sandy!