Pet Photography Session

December 2013 ~ I am not currently available for pet photography sessions. Apologies for any disappointment.

I am now offering pet photography services in parts of Wiltshire, UK, to include Trowbridge and Bradford on Avon and the surrounding villages and possibly further afield, depending on location and availability. If you would like to book me for an outdoor session or have any questions regarding this, please submit the form on the *Contact Me* page to email me for more information and details of cost.

Please take a look through this blog and my main portfolio for examples of my work/style.

If you are looking for a photographer with a studio for posed shots, there are some amazingly talented photographers around, but that’s not my style.

Instead I will invite you and your dog(s) on a walk with me and capture photographs of your companions in their natural environment.

Sno in fields

Or maybe if your dog is more at ease at home, I could take some informal photographs in your home/garden?


I volunteer for a number of rescue charities and have lots of experience with nervous dogs and will do my very best to help your dog feel relaxed in my company. I am very happy to work with friendly dogs of any breed/cross.

Please note that I do not approve of the use of electric (shock) collars or prong collars and will not work with dogs wearing those. I want these photography sessions to be enjoyed by all, especially your dog(s), so no yelling or yanking at your dog either please. We want the photographs to show how loved and happy your dog is – and we all know dogs aren’t perfect, right?;)

If you have a new addition to your family, puppy or adult dog, rescue or otherwise, I’d love to meet and photograph them for you. I am very opposed to irresponsible breeding, including puppy farming and breeding from dogs without the recommended breed health tests, so responsible owners only, please:)

My experience lies mainly with dogs, currently, but I am also happy to be contacted by people with cats and smaller (or larger!) pets.


I love walking with my dogs and using my camera to capture those all important memories.


I also love to capture the relationship between (wo)man and dog and have had the opportunity to do this at a charity gundog training day for Labrador rescue:


While also photographing dogs in action, such as the lovely Vegas:


This photograph makes me smile whenever I look at it … the joy on a new dad’s face when his staffie, adopted as an oldie, takes second place in the Best Rescue class at a charity dog show.

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