Your dog’s photo session will be enjoyable!
Your dog will love all the attention and getting outside to play. You can relax and laugh at the silly noises I make to get a head tilt out of your pup. It’s a laid-back and enjoyable experience.
Will my dog stay on-leash?
I care about your pet’s safety so we’ll leash your dog at outdoor locations. This opens up location possibilities while keeping your pup safe and secure. I understand what it’s like to have a dog who is overly interested in squirrels and rabbits. Even the best behaved dog needs to be kept safe from unpredictable distractions and dangers. The reason you don’t see leashes in my photos is because I retouch them out afterwards!
What’s special about your dog?
Every dog does something unique – whether it’s an everyday moment like the adoring way they look at you or whether it’s a bona fide trick like balancing a treat on their nose. Let’s capture it!
What if my dog is high energy ?
It might be hard to imagine your dog sitting still for photos. My own dog, Murphy, isn’t the best behaved on the block so I understand. I’ll walk you through ways we can set your dog up for success. Often a walk before the photo shoot will help take the edge off their energy level. We can even incorporate action shots so they can simply be themselves. I really enjoy spirited dogs because they are so expressive in photos!
“She did the most incredible job photographing my VERY active and bouncy border collie puppy, and the results were amazing!”
“A wonderful and caring pet photographer. She is definitely a pet person and Max liked her right away (always the sign of true character).”
A collection of blogs about dogs!
Need a pet portrait when the landscape seems less than ideal? Off-season photography can be lovely, even without green grass or snow!
I love using vintage trucks for photoshoots! Here’s a collection of some of my favorite pups in trucks.
If you have an elderly dog, it’s never a mistake to photograph them sooner rather than later. Here’s what to expect at your photoshoot.
A collection of small dog portraits that show big personality – along with some insights to how I work with your pets.
Beau the Standard Poodle had his photo shoot in Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood.
A ’52 Chevy truck was the perfect spot for this dog’s photo session. The truck combined with the mountain scenery was a winning combination!
Hoodlum is a bit of homebody and feels most comfortable in familiar surroundings so his photo session was at home.
We got a light snow before this Brittany Spaniel’s photo shoot so it was a winter wonderland.
One of the wonderful things about winter is that popular locations are way less crowded than at other times of the year.